Most strongly contrasted externally with the 'boreal' type is the slight-built Mediterranean brunet.
The snows of boreal affection did not wither or fade his eternal spring.
A controversy ensued, and I tried to bring it round to the boreal crown and the cardinal aromas.
It blew him as a blade of grass is blown in a boreal blast; yet he sensed the pitch.
But boreal optics play havoc with the eye and the sense of perspective.
This corner was precisely the boreal lands and seas of North America.
The effect was a set of expressions of hardship and wrinkles which might be called the boreal squint.
Thus in these dimples of nature rocks the cradle of boreal life.
This boreal squint is a part of the russet-bronze physiognomy which falls to the lot of every Arctic explorer.
Resident in the boreal zones, and fairly common in migration.
"northern," late 15c., from Latin borealis, from boreas "north wind," from Greek Boreas, name of the god of the north wind, of unknown origin, perhaps related to words in Balto-Slavic for "mountain" and "forest."