from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or containing boulders
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Characterized by bowlders.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Resembling a boulder; full of boulders.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. abounding in rocks or stones
Sorry, no etymologies found.
So we went to the more-bouldery gym today because our regular gym is closed for renovation.
Habitat types vary from cliffs and bouldery shores to pebbly and sandy beaches and from wooded hillsides to occasional swamps and lagoons.
They are exceptionally well formed and are excellent representatives of the form: ridges of bouldery till up to 5 m high, 10-50 m wide, and in some cases more than 1,000 m long, occurring in large fields and compact clusters at 40-300 m intervals, mostly in low-lying areas.
The two major marine habitats are hard, stony, bouldery bottoms, and shallow vegetated mud bottoms often covered by meadows of weed.
It also has less bouldery colluvium than those two surrounding regions and more saprolite.
I thought while looking at this outcrop the last time I stopped, that there might be some faulting or shearing between the whitish layer and the upper, densest part of the welded tuff the reddish gray, bouldery, hard-looking stuff with possible shearing taken up in part in the brighter reddish zone, in which you can still see some compaction foliation.
Discontinuous, sandy, bouldery morainal veneers dominate its surfaces.
(February 19th), on a Safh or high bouldery ledge of the left bank, where it receives the broad Kusayb watercourse.
This top attractor pattern is virtually unmatched in snatching trout from heavy currents, broken water, and bouldery pockets.
The track had dwindled to less and less, and now had dropped to the bouldery bed of a canon stream, from which no woodcraft of mine, nor of my good trail-wise horse, could perceive that it made an exit.