noun, plural bo·las [boh-luh z] /ˈboʊ ləz/, bo·las·es [boh-luh-siz] /ˈboʊ lə sɪz/. (used with a singular verb)
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noun, plural bo·las [boh-luh z] /ˈboʊ ləz/.
Origin of bola
Examples from the Web for bolas
For weeks he kept away from Hailsham and the possible vicinity of Bolas.
The hunter swings one end of the bolas round and round his head, and then hurls it with great force at the ostrich.Big People and Little People of Other Lands|Edward R. Shaw
When he came into the rectory from visiting he was always asking, "Has that man Bolas from Hailsham called?"
The bolas, with three balls, similarly connected together, are thrown in the same manner.
In an open country it is first entangled with the bolas, then lazoed, and dragged along the ground till rendered insensible.A Naturalist's Voyage Round the World|Charles Darwin