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Boiling-point

ˈbɔɪ.lɪŋ ˌpɔɪnt

Meanings of Boiling-point:

noun

The temperature at which a liquid becomes a gas

Usage examples:

The boiling point of water is 212°f or 100°c.

Boilover

ˈbɔɪləʊvə

Meanings of Boilover:

noun

A surprise result, especially the defeat of a favourite in a sporting event.

Usage examples:

They will meet face-to-face before the third and final cricket test to discuss how best to prevent …

Boils

bɔɪl

Meanings of Boils:

verb

(with reference to a liquid) reach or cause to reach the temperature at which it bubbles and turns to vapour.

Usage examples:

We asked people to boil their drinking water
noun

The temperature at which a liquid bubbles and turns to vapour.

Usage examples:

Bring the sauce to the boil and simmer for 10 minutes

Meanings of Boing:

exclamation

Representing a reverberating sound, especially the noise made by the release of a compressed spring.

Usage examples:

An idea struck him. boing!
noun

A reverberating sound.

Usage examples:

There was a loud boing
verb

Make a reverberating sound.

Usage examples:

This music boings and burbles

Boise

ˈbɔɪ.si

Meanings of Boise:

proper noun

The state capital of idaho; population 205,314 (est. 2008).

noun

The capital and the largest city of the us state of idaho

Usage examples:

Homeless and disadvantaged people in boise have more places to go and more services available than …

Boiserie

ˈbwaz(ə)ri

Meanings of Boiserie:

noun

Wooden panelling.

Usage examples:

In addition to the suite of furniture, the gallery contains important paintings by french artists a…

Meanings of Boiseries:

noun

Wooden panelling.

Usage examples:

In addition to the suite of furniture, the gallery contains important paintings by french artists a…

Boisterously

ˈbɔɪ.stər.əs.li

Meanings of Boisterously:

adverb

In a noisy, energetic and rough way

Usage examples:

The little boys were playing boisterously in the garden., he spoke loudly and boisterously.

Boite

bwʌt

Meanings of Boite:

noun

A small restaurant or nightclub.

Usage examples:

There was sylvain martinello, who went on to launch boîtes such as shed café and cafeteria.

Boites

bwʌt

Meanings of Boites:

noun

A small restaurant or nightclub.

Bokmakierie

ˌbɒkməˈkɪəri

Meanings of Bokmakierie:

noun

A bush shrike with conspicuous yellow underparts and a black band across the breast, common in southern africa.

Usage examples:

The pure, liquid sounds of two bokmakieries perched in an acacia thorn tree carry through the air.

Meanings of Bol:

noun

Written abbreviation for bill of lading

Bola

ˈbəʊləs

Meanings of Bola:

noun

(especially in south america) a weapon consisting of a number of balls connected by strong cord, which when thrown entangles the limbs of the quarry.

Usage examples:

A zulu warrior performs a war dance; an argentinean performs flamenco with flashing bolas like silv…

Bolar

ˈbəʊlə

Meanings of Bolar:

noun

A cut of beef adjacent to the blade.

Usage examples:

Roasting is better for less tender cuts such as topside or bolar

Bolas

ˈbəʊləs

Meanings of Bolas:

noun

(especially in south america) a weapon consisting of a number of balls connected by strong cord, which when thrown entangles the limbs of the quarry.

Usage examples:

A zulu warrior performs a war dance; an argentinean performs flamenco with flashing bolas like silv…

Bold

bəʊld

Meanings of Bold:

adjective

(of a person, action, or idea) showing a willingness to take risks; confident and courageous.

Usage examples:

A bold attempt to solve the crisis
noun

A bold typeface or letter.

Usage examples:

Shadow cabinet members listed in bold

Meanings of Bold-as-brass:

idiom

With extreme confidence or without the respect or politeness people usually show

Usage examples:

She marched into the store, as bold as brass, and demanded her money back.

Bolder

bəʊld

Meanings of Bolder:

adjective

(of a person, action, or idea) showing a willingness to take risks; confident and courageous.

Usage examples:

A bold attempt to solve the crisis
noun

A bold typeface or letter.

Usage examples:

Shadow cabinet members listed in bold

Boldest

bəʊld

Meanings of Boldest:

adjective

(of a person, action, or idea) showing a willingness to take risks; confident and courageous.

Usage examples:

A bold attempt to solve the crisis
noun

A bold typeface or letter.

Usage examples:

Shadow cabinet members listed in bold

Boldface

ˈbəʊldfeɪs

Meanings of Boldface:

noun

A kind of typeface with dark, heavy strokes.

Usage examples:

The phrase is given in boldface
adjective

Printed in boldface type.

Usage examples:

Boldface letters

Boldfaced

ˈbəʊld.feɪst

Meanings of Boldfaced:

adjective

Printed in boldface type.

Usage examples:

The compendium used boldfaced type to call attention to certain comments by him.

Meanings of Boldly:

adverb

In a confident and courageous way; showing a willingness to take risks.

Usage examples:

You will have our support as long as you fight boldly against corruption

Boldness

ˈbəʊld.nəs

Meanings of Boldness:

noun

Willingness to take risks and act innovatively; confidence or courage.

Usage examples:

The boldness and independence that characterized his leadership

Boldos

ˈbɒldəʊ

Meanings of Boldos:

noun

An evergreen chilean tree from which are obtained an edible fruit, a dye, and a medicinal leaf infusion.

Usage examples:

The essential oil of boldo contains ascaridole, which is toxic to humans and should not be used, as…

Bole

bəʊl

Meanings of Bole:

noun

The trunk of a tree.

Usage examples:

Many larger trees showed cankered boles and parasite-bloated boughs.

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