boak

/ (bok, bəʊk) /

verb, noun

a variant spelling of boke

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Example sentences from the Web for boak

  • Terrance Fitzpatrick's wharf was situated about the spot now occupied by Esson & Boak's wharf.

    History of Halifax City|Thomas B. Akins
  • The first land engine made by Mr. Napier is still in use in Mr. Boak's spinning factory at Dundee.

    Western Worthies|J. Stephen Jeans