from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A small wooded area.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A thicket; a small close natural wood, especially of bushes.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A thicket; a small wood.
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- noun A
thicket; a small wood.
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- noun a small wooded area
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
On the other hand, perhaps he would only have challenged him to a spitting contest or one in which the number of seeds in different sorts of tospits were guessed and then, if Boots lost, put him out with the bosk, to see what way they might move that day.
"But supposedly you are brining bosk here, to serve him as a slave, " I said.
I supposed that if Kamchak had known his name was being used in this fashion, and mispronounced at that, and Boots was within his grasp he might have, as a joke, for Kamchak was fond of jokes, had Boots put in a sack and put out in front of the bosk, curious to see if they would move in that direction on that particular morning.
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Ignoring the pain, monumental axe held high, he waded purposefully into the bosk of crannochs.
The cry of anger and distress that rose from the bosk was as unmistakable as it was surprised.
Secondly, it is not unusual either for many peasants to keep animals in the house, usually verr or bosk, sometimes tarsk, at least in the winter.
Also, not unoften, depending on the numbers involved, and particularly when traversing, or sojourning in, dangerous countries, verr, tarsk, and bosk may also be found within the wagon enclosure.
"I have not felt like this, " said one of the other fellows, 'since I was trampled by five bosk.
She offered a tray on which small cubes of roasted bosk, on tiny sticks, steamed.