[ bohlt ]
/ boʊlt /
Sir Adrian Cedric, 1889–1983, English conductor.
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, Boulogne Billancourt
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How to use Boult in a sentence
Cotgrave gives—'Tacle, m. any (headed) shaft, or boult whose feathers be not waxed, but glued on.'
"You bof crazy donc, Boult an' Boulotte," screamed Seraphine.
What a pity it is that we ain't in a climate where one can fasten the windows, and boult the shutters!
Then, through the branches of the young pines, Boulotte's blue sun-bonnet appeared, and Boult's straw hat.
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British Dictionary definitions for Boult (2 of 2)
Sir Adrian (Cedric). 1889–1983, English conductor
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