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- n. Alternative spelling of bosa.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An acidulated fermented drink of the Arabs and Egyptians, made from millet seed and various astringent substances; also, an intoxicating beverage made from hemp seed, darnel meal, and water.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A popular Egyptian drink, made by boiling millet-seed in water and fermenting the infusion, adding afterward certain astringent substances.
- n. An inebriating mixture of darnel-meal, hempseed, and water.
- n. A preparation of honey and tamarinds.
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“it's like they took the left over milk from your bowl of coco puffs and mass produced it....seriously, when i even hear the word boza i wanna yak.”
The other fine point of boza is that to love Bulgaria, which I have grown to, is to love boza.
Now that I have drunk my last drop of boza ever, I find myself able to reflect on the finer points of the drink.
“George Vaflington says drinking boza is like drinking a warm glass of rubber cement without all the headaches and demons.”
The first is that boza is widely believed to enlarge breasts size.
You make think that I am making this up, but I have been told on many of occasions that when I go back to America I must take back a crate of boza with me.
It has been five years since I had this job and I had not smelled anything close to that until I opened a bottle of boza.
Az obicam mac i boza : i love football and boza a thick thick wheat drink
There is also the clown's dance, generally executed at entertainments after the mead or _boza_ has worked sufficiently on the brain to produce
When the song of the dancer runs on love and vaunts the praises of some maiden renowned for beauty, the young warriors present pledge their own sweethearts in bowls of boza, and every few minutes discharge their pistols or rifles in the air.