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English words starting with bo

Bo

biːˈəʊ

Meanings of Bo:

exclamation

Another term for boo1.

noun

Used as a friendly form of address.

Usage examples:

Keep the change, bo
abbreviation

Short for body odour.

Usage examples:

I can't imagine going out with someone who had bo

Meanings of Boa:

noun

A constrictor snake which bears live young and may reach great size, native to america, africa, asia, and some pacific islands.

Usage examples:

It's the smaller size of the boas found on certain central american islands.

Board

bɔːd

Meanings of Board:

noun

A long, thin, flat piece of wood or other hard material, used for floors or other building purposes.

Usage examples:

Loose boards creaked as i walked on them
verb

Get on or into (a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle).

Usage examples:

We boarded the plane for oslo

Board up

bɔːd

Meanings of Board up:

phrasal verb

Cover with wooden boards

Meanings of Board-of-directors:

noun

The group of people who shareholders choose to manage a company or organization

Usage examples:

Approval by the board of directors is required to implement the new strategy., serve/sit on the boa…

Meanings of Boarded:

adjective

(of a floor, roof, or other structure) built with pieces of wood.

Usage examples:

Joisted and boarded floors
verb

Get on or into (a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle).

Usage examples:

We boarded the plane for oslo

Meanings of Boarder:

noun

A person who receives regular meals when staying somewhere, in return for payment or services.

Usage examples:

If you have a lodger, not only is the first £20 disregarded but also 50% of the balance of payment …

Meanings of Boarders:

noun

A person who receives regular meals when staying somewhere, in return for payment or services.

Usage examples:

If you have a lodger, not only is the first £20 disregarded but also 50% of the balance of payment …

Meanings of Boarding:

noun

Long, flat, thin pieces of wood used to build or cover something.

Usage examples:

Not having bothered to use the door, the undead cadavers had simply punched a hole through the wall…
verb

Get on or into (a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle).

Usage examples:

We boarded the plane for oslo

Meanings of Boarding-house:

noun

A private house that a person pays to stay in and receive meals

Meanings of Boardinghouse:

noun

A private house providing food and lodging for paying guests.

Meanings of Boardroom:

noun

A room in which a board of directors of a company or other organization meets regularly.

Usage examples:

He resigned after boardroom differences

Meanings of Boards:

noun

A long, thin, flat piece of wood or other hard material, used for floors or other building purposes.

Usage examples:

Loose boards creaked as i walked on them
verb

Get on or into (a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle).

Usage examples:

We boarded the plane for oslo
phrase

The wooden fence surrounding the ice surface in ice hockey

Usage examples:

He'd crashed into the boards and hurt his leg quite badly., the boards protect the fans and they al…

Boardwalk

ˈbɔːd.wɔːk

Meanings of Boardwalk:

noun

A wooden walkway across sand or marshy ground.

Usage examples:

The trees lined a stone walkway that lead to a wooden boardwalk.

Boardwalks

ˈbɔːdwɔːk

Meanings of Boardwalks:

noun

A wooden walkway across sand or marshy ground.

Usage examples:

The trees lined a stone walkway that lead to a wooden boardwalk.

Meanings of Boarfishes:

noun

Any of a number of deep-bodied fishes with a protruding snout, a small mouth, small toothed scales, and a spiny dorsal fin.

Usage examples:

But, a blue marlin is also just as happy rounding up a big ball of ‘trumpetero’ or boarfish, just l…

Boars

bɔːr

Meanings of Boars:

noun

A tusked eurasian wild pig from which domestic pigs are descended, exterminated in britain in the 17th century.

Usage examples:

Today's feral hog population is a hybrid of domestic pigs and eurasian wild boars brought to north …

Meanings of Boas:

noun

A constrictor snake which bears live young and may reach great size, native to america, africa, asia, and some pacific islands.

Usage examples:

It's the smaller size of the boas found on certain central american islands.

Meanings of Boast:

verb

Talk with excessive pride and self-satisfaction about one's achievements, possessions, or abilities.

Usage examples:

She boasted about her many conquests
noun

An act of talking with excessive pride and self-satisfaction.

Usage examples:

I said i would win and it wasn't an idle boast

Meanings of Boasted:

verb

Talk with excessive pride and self-satisfaction about one's achievements, possessions, or abilities.

Usage examples:

She boasted about her many conquests
noun

An act of talking with excessive pride and self-satisfaction.

Usage examples:

I said i would win and it wasn't an idle boast

Boastful

ˈbəʊst.fəl

Meanings of Boastful:

adjective

Showing excessive pride and self-satisfaction in one's achievements, possessions, or abilities.

Usage examples:

He always seemed to be rather boastful and above himself

Meanings of Boastfully:

adverb

In a way that praises yourself and what you have done

Usage examples:

He was boastfully repeating all the praise he had received., we went to a cafe that boastfully adve…

Boastfulness

ˈbəʊst.fəl.nəs

Meanings of Boastfulness:

noun

A way of talking in which you praise yourself and what you have done

Usage examples:

He speaks with honesty rather than boastfulness., there is a fine line between admirable pride and …

Boasting

bəʊst

Meanings of Boasting:

noun

Excessively proud and self-satisfied talk about one's achievements, possessions, or abilities.

Usage examples:

His online boasting led police straight to his doorstep
adjective

Exhibiting or characterized by excessive pride or self-satisfaction.

Usage examples:

She addressed his boasting comments about being a famous billionaire
verb

Talk with excessive pride and self-satisfaction about one's achievements, possessions, or abilities.

Usage examples:

She boasted about her many conquests

Boat

bəʊt

Meanings of Boat:

noun

A small vessel for travelling over water, propelled by oars, sails, or an engine.

Usage examples:

A fishing boat
verb

Travel in a boat for pleasure.

Usage examples:

They boated through fjords

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