[ bosk ]
/ bɒsk /
a small wood or thicket, especially of bushes.
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Origin of bosk
1250–1300; Middle English boske, variant of busk(e) <Old Norse buskrbush1
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British Dictionary definitions for bosk
/ (bɒsk) /
literary a small wood of bushes and small trees
Word Origin for bosk
C13: variant of busk bush 1
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