Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of boxing.

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Examples

  • It's worth thousands of boxings — worth more than you a hundred times over.

    Mistborn

  • Setting up a scam like this would have cost Theron thousands upon thousands of boxings — if the deal fell through now, he would be ruined.

    Mistborn

  • The three thousand boxings — a fortune in coins — was a strange weight tied to her belt.

    Mistborn

  • Still, three thousand boxings ... that would be enough to tempt even the most logical thief.

    Mistborn

  • Fifty boxings will not make us a profit, but that doesn't matter.

    Mistborn

  • If she ran, taking the jewelry and her three thousand boxings, she could live for decades.

    Mistborn

  • Finally, Milev — the dark-skinned man who was Camon's second — scooped up the coffer of Ministry boxings and dashed forward with it.

    Mistborn

  • She also wore a sapphire necklace — modest by noble standards, but still worth more than two hundred boxings.

    Mistborn

  • He held out a pile of what looked like a hundred boxings.

    Mistborn

  • Then he opened the coin chest and began counting out some golden boxings.

    Mistborn

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