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  • noun Plural form of Boswell.

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Examples

  • He said the Boswells are well-liked in the community, and police quickly began receiving tips.

    2nd man arrested in attack at congressman's farm

  • It has its Boswells, like the author Richard Preston, whose book "The Wild Trees"—an ascent into the world's tallest trees—was a result of Mr. Preston's own interest in climbing.

    Natural High

  • He said the Boswells are well-liked in the community, and police quickly began receiving tips.

    2nd man arrested in attack at congressman's farm

  • In the age of reality television, filmmakers are the new Boswells, trailing their subjects, offering intimate views of their lives, handling them gently, and letting us draw our own conclusions.

    Can We Talk?

  • Though contemporary with Ruth Etting and the Boswells, Hanshaw made them all sound like a bunch of geese.

    Hamster; Dance – The Bleat.

  • The Boswells were an old-time cotton clan whose Georgia roots went back to the 18th century.

    He Cultivated the Land to Create an Agricultural Giant

  • And true to type, bank officials and their media Boswells are doing their best to sweep the issue of corruption under the carpet.

    World Bank Runaround

  • Boswells — but the essential facts and the concluding scene are clear enough, and there are letters, and notes, and casual allusions to piece the whole together.

    Twelve Stories and a Dream, by H. G. Wells

  • Which is why we are being constantly attacked on all our borders by the Campbells and the Hamiltons and the Boswells.

    Ransom

  • He knew the lengths the Boswells would go to in order to claim more land.

    Ransom

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