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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of boulder.
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- adj. abounding in large rocks or stones.
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- adj. abounding in rocks or stones
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I will leave no rock unturned, I will leave no stone untouched, I will leave no pebble un-looked at and I will leave no boulder un-bouldered.
Back at Palo Duro Canyon, we climbed and bouldered our way up on this cliffside and it was really cool!
Where the Vinkus River seeped along flat-bouldered steps into Restwater, they stopped to get their breath, and they surprised a fox out of a clump of wrestlebush.
Like Colosseum goers, most of the Welkeners had climbed up on the bouldered walls, yielding the center arena to the two beasts.
Matt slid to a stop, watching a moment as horse, rider, and dogs trotted down the wooded and bouldered slope.
Finally I reached a steep drop into the thickly bouldered riverbed and was able to make my way down into it by hanging on to the branch of a fig tree spread out over the bed, where it joined trees from the other side to make a wonderfully cool tunnel below.
He still shivers by the time he nears the bouldered hillock where the mercenaries and Megaera wait.
That's why every damper's hutch, lean-to, or cave, for the few who had staked out the bouldered area at the southern end of the marshes, had a fire pit-as much to ward off the damp as for cooking or heat itself.
He studied the rising stonefall to his left, the bouldered slope falling away to the right, the gametrail winding out of sight ahead, and - stretching around as one too long a'saddle - his own backtrail.
On the far side of the valley the hills rose again and he looked at the bouldered slope they would have to climb, but he knew that before they could go on they must cross the valley.