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  • noun Plural form of Bostonian.

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Examples

  • I’m pretty sure that the only thing making Scalabrine seem like a valuable NBA player, at least to Bostonians, is that he’s pasty and red-headed and looks like everyone’s wicked tall cousin who would’a made it if not for that knee injury.

    Matthew Yglesias » Improving Celtics Backcourt

  • I’m pretty sure that the only thing making Scalabrine seem like a valuable NBA player, at least to Bostonians, is that he’s pasty and red-headed and looks like everyone’s wicked tall cousin who would’a made it if not for that knee injury.

    Matthew Yglesias » Improving Celtics Backcourt

  • The Bostonians is on different level than The Ambassadors or The Golden Bowl — it’s much more straightforward and accessible.

    Reading Plans for 2009 « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Soon New York businessmen began to worry, in terms the Bostonians would have found familiar, that “the movement of our enterprising neighbors” would tip the scale of trade back toward the Bay.

    The King's Best Highway

  • Soon New York businessmen began to worry, in terms the Bostonians would have found familiar, that “the movement of our enterprising neighbors” would tip the scale of trade back toward the Bay.

    The King's Best Highway

  • Soon New York businessmen began to worry, in terms the Bostonians would have found familiar, that “the movement of our enterprising neighbors” would tip the scale of trade back toward the Bay.

    The King's Best Highway

  • This gave rise to mutual recrimination between these two states: the New Yorkers called the Bostonians pedlars, and the Bostonians said that the New Yorkers were no patriots.

    The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III. From George III. to Victoria

  • Perhaps of all the Americans the Bostonians are the most sensitive to any illiberal remarks made upon the country, for they consider themselves, and pride themselves, as being peculiarly English; while, on the contrary, the majority of the Americans deny that they are English.

    Diary in America, Series One

  • Again, Boston turns up her erudite nose at New York; Philadelphia, in her pride, looks down upon both New York and Boston; while New York, clinking her dollars, swears the Bostonians are a parcel of puritanical prigs, and the Philadelphians

    Diary in America, Series One

  • The Bostonians, which is getting better near the end, so that should help.

    NOGOODFORME.COM

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