Boca Raton

[ boh-kuh ruh-tohn ]


  1. a city in SE Florida.

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Example Sentences

Boros repeatedly made the four-hour drive from Key West to the father’s home in Boca Raton, administering intravenously whatever fluids he thought best.

Responding to concerns about an odor coming from an oil storage tank at Saint Andrew’s School, a private school in Boca Raton, state health officials collected indoor air samples to test for contaminants linked to oil.

Scott propelled his career again in June 2017 by appointing Patronis — who has called Scott his mentor — to complete the term of Jeff Atwater, who resigned as CFO to take a similar job for Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton.

There are some streets in West Jerusalem (where the Jews live) that look literally like Beverly Hills or Boca Raton.

On Monday, President Obama and Mitt Romney will face off for the third and final time at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla.

But Sue Trombino from Boca Raton, who voted for West in 2010, believes West will “absolutely” be elected again in 2012.

The Donald, suddenly riding high in the 2012 polls, drew rave reviews at a Tea rally in Boca Raton.

Advertised as a Tax Rally, Trump spoke in Boca Raton along with Tea Party favorite, freshman congressman Allen West.