adjective, bosk·i·er, bosk·i·est.
Related formsbosk·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for bosky
Our plates and glasses (there were many of the latter) peeped at us from a bower of roses, and bosky dells of greenery.My Friend the Chauffeur|C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
But Mr. Bosky kept his nerves well strung and his countenance steady, and let Uncle Timothy go on supposing.Merrie England In The Olden Time, Vol. 1 (of 2)|George Daniel
To saving a bosky old toff from two footpads, and drivin' 'im 'ome (two miles) two-and-a-tanner!
He summoned his old hardihood and advanced over the still, bosky side of the mountain.Mountain Blood|Joseph Hergesheimer
A thrush, somewhere hidden in that dim, bosky depth, of a sudden burst into a throb of song.Rich Man, Poor Man|Maximilian Foster