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Boone

[boon] /bun/
noun
1.
Daniel, 1734–1820, American pioneer, especially in Kentucky.
2.
Pat, born 1934, U.S. singer.
3.
a city in central Iowa.
4.
a town in NW North Carolina.
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  • This order was issued on the 8th of August, before the surrender of Boone.

  • One winter day Boone and his brother-in-law were captured by Indians.

    Daniel Boone Katharine E. Wilkie
  • So Boone set out in company with Michael Stoner, another expert woodsman.

    Pioneers of the Old Southwest Constance Lindsay Skinner
  • He camped that night with several men who planned to join Boone.

    Daniel Boone Katharine E. Wilkie
  • I wish Boone would come, so him and me could agree on something to try, whether it will win or not.

    The Phantom of the River Edward S. Ellis
British Dictionary definitions for Boone

Boone

/buːn/
noun
1.
Daniel. 1734–1820, American pioneer, explorer, and guide, esp in Kentucky
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