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bosky


bosky [bos-kee] ExamplesWord Origin See more synonyms for bosky on Thesaurus.com adjective, bosk·i·er, bosk·i·est.

  1. covered with bushes, shrubs, and small trees; woody.
  2. shady.

Origin of bosky First recorded in 1585–95; bosk + -y1 Related formsbosk·i·ness, noun Related Words for bosky shadowy, shaded, leafy, cloudy, dusky, sheltered, screened, grassy, lush, raw, tender, fresh, verdant, dim, cool, shadowed, maturing, supple, unripe, juvenile Examples from the Web for bosky Historical Examples of bosky

  • From twelve until seven-thirty he was free to range the bosky highways of Chicago.

    Gigolo

    Edna Ferber

  • “Bosky” probably had the greatest reputation of all as a learned man and writer.

    My Life

    Josiah Flynt

  • She is looking down a bosky alle in the direction taken by the hunt.

    The Complete Opera Book

    Gustav Kobb

  • It was now Uncle Timothy’s and Mr. Bosky’s turn to be posed!

    Merrie England In The Olden Time, Vol. 1 (of 2)

    George Daniel

  • But Mr. Bosky’s beginning must stand at the head of our next chapter.

    Merrie England In The Olden Time, Vol. 1 (of 2)

    George Daniel

  • British Dictionary definitions for bosky bosky adjective boskier or boskiest

    1. literary containing or consisting of bushes or thicketsa bosky wood
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