noun, plural bo·as.
Origin of boa
Examples from the Web for boa
Most of them had picked their own clothes without a stylist, so there was a lot of boa and fringe and sparkles.
Mack, according to reports, used his winnings to fill his home with Rottweilers, tarantulas, and a boa constrictor.
Did you ever see the boa constrictor fed at the Zoological Gardens?Armadale|Wilkie Collins
About a year ago Mr. and Mrs. M. were away for six weeks, and left the boa in charge of a keeper at the Zoo.Animal Intelligence|George J. Romanes
And you can have that boa you are fiddling with, if you like.The Celebrity at Home|Violet Hunt
You might as well refuse to accept the embraces of a boa constrictor when once it gets round your neck.Man And Superman|George Bernard Shaw
The great snake described by Schmidt must be the Boa, which lives near the watering-places waiting for its prey.The Conquest of the River Plate (1535-1555)|Ulrich Schmidt