- Imitative. (Wiktionary)
“Jeanne, I thought the flavor was very similar to what we call bok choy here, maybe a cross between that and swiss chard.”
“They have said it best no one writes like Laymon If this bok is a tribute to laymon then sign me up. and as far as lee goes hell he the shit to”
“Rest easy, Jane, the Obama picture bok is just as gooey.”
“Comment on books #13: I've heard that the word book comes from the Old English word bok, which stands for beech, and that beech bark was used as paper.”
“The Chinese call it "bok chow," which means rice wine, but T-men who've tasted it say it has the kick of a wild Asiatic black ass”
“On the frontier and in the interior there are a great variety of this gazing-deer, the most remarkable being the spring-bok, which is exceedingly swift, parti-coloured or pied, and they almost fly from you.”
“In Western shops and pantries, formerly exotic Eastern produce such as bok choy, Chinese cabbage, fresh coriander, five-spice powder, oyster sauce and Thai green curry paste can be found nestled comfortably alongside traditional Western foodstuffs.”
“* Evil laughter* And it dawned upon me that the 'bok' segment of our conversation was totally retarded.”
“Planting crops such as bok choy in a cold frame page 80 lets gardeners extend the growing season in chilly climates.”
“Concrete for the pilings has now been poured on the 2.5-hectare site, which until a few years ago was growing Asian vegetables such as bok choy.”
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This novel by Glen Duncan, aside from being a ripping yarn and beautifully written, is just littered with words that I had to look up and discover that often his use of the word not only fitted per...
a large light-coloured antelope with curled horns. L. from an African word quoted by Pliny.
any one of a group of hollow-horned...
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