- n. Plural form of boulder.
“Or rain boulders and rocks from Haram al Sharif onto Jewish worshippers at the Western Wall below?”
““You mean one of these boulders is suddenly going to come to life and chastise me for taking its petrified little baby rock?””
“One last thing about getting hit into a wall - expect to be covered in boulders, not laying on the surface (movie foam rocks).”
“[Page 43] his arm-turn, the path to the hills, the sudden leap and swift thunder of mountain boulders, his laugh.”
“The town is built on lava and around huge boulders - the boulders are the homes for elves.”
“The stream winds back and forth across the path, and is strewn wiht rocks, stones and boulders, which is rather nice … ..”
“The boulders are the regular gray Quincy granite, and those in the middle of the river are hollowed out by the action of the water into many curious shapes.”
“The deposits containing the boulders are the only record of glaciation in the northern subtropical Pacific Ocean.”
“Maori mythology tells that the boulders are the remnants of calabashes, kumara and eel baskets that washed ashore after the legendary canoe, the Araiteuru, was destroyed by rocks at nearby Shag Point.”
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