The bright fur accessories include fur bowties, Boas, and camera straps.
Tobias and Boas, however, are the best hunters of the village.
There are jaguars in there, and Boas—serpents ten yards in length.
He said Boas were the fashionable thing, and he really dared not allow us to face ‘the girls’ without them.
The incorrigible and merciless Mr Boas does not let this pass.
Boas described the lumbosacral plexus in a large number of birds.
The Boas, for example, have no less than three hundred and four!
Dr. Boas believed that the Kwakiutl were passing from maternal to paternal descent.
Both Boas and Weir were believed to be "short" of the stock.
Parasols were freely used to touch the Boas and other snakes feeding in the same warm room.
late 14c., "large snake," from Latin boa, type of large serpent mentioned in Pliny's "Natural History;" origin unknown (in Middle English folk etymology associated with Greek bous "ox"). Extension to "snake-like coil of fur worn by ladies" is from 1836. Boa constrictor so called from 1788.