OTHER WORDS FROM BoswellBos·well·i·an [boz-wel-ee-uhn], /bɒzˈwɛl i ən/, adjective
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Agnes School, Boswell has spent decades in baseball clubhouses, NFL locker rooms, golf courses, boxing gyms, bowling alleys, poolhalls and anywhere else the story of modern life could be told through competition.Washington Post sports columnist Thomas Boswell to retire after 52-year career|Scott Allen|May 7, 2021|Washington Post
Tom Boswell, one of the great baseball chroniclers of that or any other time, covered the Orioles in the '70s and '80s.
The Kentucky bard Ed McClanahan once lived in California, where among various endeavors he played Boswell to the Grateful Dead.
But Tom Boswell makes it all look easy, gliding between the seasons with appreciation and acerbic wit.
None of the officials will be able to get their old jobs back, and Boswell will not return as the head of diplomatic security.Kerry Reinstates Benghazi Officials Clinton Punished|Josh Rogin|August 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Boswell is a man of the modern West, a spiritual descendant of the Wallace Stegner school of writing.A Bar of Paranoid Schizos: Robert Boswell’s ‘Tumbledown’|Drew Toal|August 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Jamie Boswell contended that cookery was the criterion of reason; for that no animal but man did cook.
Boswell gives the following poem on snuff, in his "Shrubs of Parnassus:"
He has put down to Boswell what was undoubtedly said by Johnson; what the latter did, and what the former could not say.The Portsmouth Road and Its Tributaries|Charles G. Harper
His Life by his satellite Boswell holds the first place among biographies as a triumph of portraiture.The Political History of England - Vol. X.|William Hunt
A branch of the great Gypsy family of Boswell have contracted the surname to Boss.Lavengro|George Borrow