Railroads. a completely enclosed freight car.
boxcars, a pair of sixes on the first throw of the dice in the game of craps.
Informal. extremely or disproportionately large:
The business had boxcar profits during its first year.
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(US & Canadian) a closed railway freight van
A throw of two sixes (1900s+ Crapshooting)
Very large shoes (1940s+)
a member of an organization of boys (Boy Scouts) founded in England in 1908 by Lieut. Gen. Sir Robert S. S. Baden-Powell, that seeks to develop certain skills in its members, as well as character, self-reliance, and usefulness to others. (lowercase) a member of any similar society elsewhere. (lowercase) Sometimes Disparaging. a person whose deeds, […]
boy scouts of america Note: The Scout Law lists twelve characteristics a Boy Scout should have: to be trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.
Also, toy boy. a young man noted for his good looks and sexual prowess, especially one who maintains relationships with older, more powerful persons. a female sex object. Contemporary Examples Paris Fashion Week: Redefining Femininity at Comme des Garçons and Rick Owens Robin Givhan September 29, 2012 noun
a young man whose skills or accomplishments are precocious.