American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Boone, Daniel 1734-1820. American frontiersman, folk hero, and central figure in the settlement of Kentucky.
- n. A surname.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Daniel Boone, a noted American frontiersman, 1734-1820.
- n. an American pioneer and guide and explorer (1734-1820)
“BOONE COUNTY - In honor of the continued service of American military personnel, Boone”
“BOONE, N.C. - The North Carolina men's cross country team was back in action for the first time in two weeks and put the rest to good use as the Tar Heels captured the Blue Ridge Open in Boone, N.C. Friday afternoon by a 10-point margin. who finished sixth and seventh to fuel the Tar Heel win.”
“Another copy of the same form on file elsewhere in Boone County showed he served just one week in”
“Party, will be arraigned in Boone District Court Aug. 29.”
“Moore pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Boone Circuit Court to one count of forgery.”
“Another copy of the same form on file elsewhere in Boone County showed he served only a week overseas in Europe before receiving an honorable discharge.”
“Would you also say that whitetails with access to soybean fields (I don't think you can find any naturally occurring soybean fields) shouldn't be allowed in Boone & Crocket or Pope & Young?”
“Inspectors caught Massey illegally cutting too deeply into the coal seam at its Seng Creek Powellton Mine about 40 miles south of Charleston in Boone County, the agency said.”
“The county with the most trophy buck entries in Boone and Crockett Records of any state (Buffalo County) is in Wisconsin.”
“I hunt in Boone County and my deer hunting has went SOUR.”
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