a product of simple manual skill, as a plaited leather cord for the neck or a knife sheath, made typically by a camper or a scout.
work of little or no value done merely to keep or look busy.
a project funded by the federal government out of political favoritism that is of no real value to the community or the nation.
to deceive or attempt to deceive:
to boondoggle investors into a low-interest scheme.
to do work of little or no practical value merely to keep or look busy.
(intransitive) to do futile and unnecessary work
a futile and unnecessary project or work
jolly; jovial; convivial: boon companions. Archaic. kindly; gracious; bounteous. noun (Austral, derogatory) a young working-class person from Canberra noun something extremely useful, helpful, or beneficial; a blessing or benefit: the car was a boon to him (archaic) a favour; request: he asked a boon of the king adjective close, special, or intimate (in the phrase […]
noun (NZ, taboo) a Pacific Islander
a small, tree-dwelling kangaroo, Dendrolagus lumholtzi, inhabiting northeastern Queensland. noun a tree kangaroo, Dendrolagus lumholtzi, of northeastern Queensland