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boomerang a curved wooden stick that can be thrown so that it will return to the thrower. Boomerangs are used as hunting weapons by Australian aborigines.
boon1 something that is a help or benefit.
boost to raise to a higher position by pushing from below. [5 definitions]
booster shot an injection of a vaccine given at some time after the first injection. A booster shot continues the protection against disease begun by the earlier injection.
boot a covering for the foot and all or some of the leg. Boots are usually made of leather or rubber. [4 definitions]
bootee a baby's soft sock.
booth a closed place or stall that has room for one person or a small group. [2 definitions]
booty1 riches or goods stolen or taken from people in war; loot [2 definitions]
border edge; boundary. [5 definitions]
border on to almost be.
bore1 to make a hole in with a tool such as a drill. [3 definitions]
bore2 to make tired by being dull. [2 definitions]
bore4 past tense of bear1.
bored feeling tired or restless because of having to do something that is not interesting.
boredom the state of being bored or of not feeling interested.
boring2 dull; not interesting or exciting.
born brought into life by birth. [3 definitions]
borne past participle of bear1 with meaning connected with carrying, supporting, or enduring.
born with a silver spoon in one's mouth born to rich parents.
born yesterday without experience and easily tricked.
borough a town that governs itself. [2 definitions]