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boned

[ bohnd ]
/ boʊnd /
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adjective
having a particular kind of bone or bony structure (used in combination): beautifully boned; raw-boned; small-boned.
having the bones taken out; cooked or served with the bones removed: boned chicken; boned veal.
braced or supported with stays, as a corset.
fertilized with bone: boned land.
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Origin of boned

Middle English word dating back to 1250–1300; see origin at bone, -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM boned

well-boned, adjective
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