How to use Boas in a sentence
The bright fur accessories include fur bowties, Boas, and camera straps.Gisele Lands New Campaign, 'Anorexxxy' Sunglasses Are a Thing | The Fashion Beast Team | February 5, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Or André Villas Boas, the Portuguese coach of British club Tottenham Hotspur, talking about a game against Manchester United.
Both movies feature an abundance of feather Boas, glitter makeup, and dressing-room catfights.
The number of Boas-Oppler bacilli can be increased by administering a few ounces of sugar of milk the day before the examination.A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis | James Campbell Todd
In the former they might be mistaken for elastic fibers; in the latter, for Boas-Oppler bacilli.A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis | James Campbell Todd
Well-lined ulsters, fur-trimmed jackets, muffs and Boas, were the order of the day.Robin Redbreast | Mary Louisa Molesworth
Whilst discussing it in the cabin of the Svithiod, Mr Boas makes acquaintance with his fellow-voyagers.
In this uninteresting place, Mr Boas is compelled to pass eight-and-forty hours, waiting for a steamer.
British Dictionary definitions for Boas
Franz (frants). 1858–1942, US anthropologist, born in Germany. He made major contributions to cultural and linguistic anthropology in studies of North American Indians, including The Mind of Primitive Man (1911; 1938)
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Scientific definitions for Boas
German-born American anthropologist who emphasized the systematic analysis of culture and language structures.
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