American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A leather bag or sack for holding wine.
- n. a wine bottle made of leather
- Spanish. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The bota is a leathern bag or bottle, of portly dimensions, with a narrow neck.”
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“Her hammer and flashlight were already gone, along with the bota bag.”
“While I was reading I got a picture of you chopping wood, but you were in your Barn Dance attire (red and blue plaid shirt, jeans, bota bag, etc.) and had a big smile on your face.”
“On her feet were thick socks and hiking boots, and at her belt was a bota bag full of water and a pair of leather gloves.”
“I took a swig of paga from his bota and he one from mine.”
“We exchanged swigs, I from his bota, he from mine.”
“You guys are in for a spankin' treat.... bota love that dog dug he's sooo lovely and surely will like him even more after watching Up!”
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