Boldo



a Chilean evergreen tree, Peumus boldus, cultivated in California for its aromatic foliage.

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    noun Rolf, real name Thomas Alexander Browne. 1826–1915, Australian writer, born in the UK, noted for his novels of the Australian outback, esp Robbery Under Arms (1882–3) Historical Examples English Pictures Samuel Manning Australian Writers Desmond Byrne Australian Writers Desmond Byrne Australian Writers Desmond Byrne

  • Bole

    the stem or trunk of a tree. any of a variety of soft, unctuous clays of various colors, used as pigments. a medium red-brown color made from such clay. Historical Examples Tom Gerrard Louis Becke The Call Of The South Louis Becke American Forest Trees Henry H. Gibson The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 10, No. 58, […]



  • Bolection

    a raised molding, especially one having flat edges and a raised center, for framing a panel, doorway, fireplace, etc. Historical Examples Woodwork Joints William Fairham Woodwork Joints William Fairham noun (architect) a stepped moulding covering and projecting beyond the joint between two members having surfaces at different levels Also called bilection

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    a lively Spanish dance in triple meter. the music for this dance. a jacket ending above or at the waistline, with or without collar, lapel, and sleeves, worn open in front. Contemporary Examples Karl Lagerfeld and Keira Knightley’s New Film; Tilda Swinton May Dress as David Bowie The Fashion Beast Team March 18, 2013 Heidi […]



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