Bullet, bool′et, n. the projectile of lead or other metal discharged from any kind of small-arm: a plumb or sinker in fishing.
The bool was in Farmer Jones's field, and the field was in the duckpong on the other side.
Bull, bool, n. an edict of the pope which has his seal affixed.
They have been paying tribute as long as those of the island of bool.
bool'var') de Magenta about one-third of a mile, to Boulevard de Strasbourg, (pron.
Bull, bool, n. drink made by pouring water into a cask that had held liquor.
Bulrush, bool′rush, n. a large strong rush, which grows on wet land or in water—often applied to the cat's-tail (Typha).
Bulwark, bool′wark, n. a fortification or rampart: a breakwater or sea-wall: any means of defence or security.
The island of bool is twenty-four leguas in circuit, with one thousand Indian tributarios, or about four thousand souls.