It was so overgrown with weeds and thistles, and so strewn with big boulders, that it was more like a boreen than decent fields.
Follow this road until you come to a boreen on the side of your thumb-hand.
He moved proudly up the boreen, with a slow step, and the gleam of a high nature in his eyes.
Let me out now and I'll slip down the boreen, and not see them so.
That dog I met in the boreen at Ballinamantane, he was the size of a calf, and black, and his paws the size of I don't know what.
I took a farewell look at the old walls, and stepped after my companion down the boreen.
A boreen in bogland is not a lonely place to the Irish peasant if he have neighbors of long standing.
The pony had come down a boreen leading to the river—to a watering place and knew what he was about.
The road is something like an Irish 'boreen,' wanting only its beauty and freshness.
One night I saw the dog myself, in the boreen near my house.