Definition for boz (2 of 2)
OTHER WORDS FROM DickensDick·en·si·an [dih-ken-zee-uh n] /dɪˈkɛn zi ən/, adjective
Examples from the Web for boz
Apart from a silly 200th birthday, a clue to why Boz matters is how well he fleshes out our capitalist world.
Yet he had much to give Boz, if that gentleman was minded to write of rogues.George Cruikshank|W. H. Chesson
Boz lets us know, through Sam, how the case reached Dodson and Fogg.Bardell v. Pickwick|Percy Fitzgerald
One of the most delightful little dinners I had was an impromptu one at Forster's house, the party being himself, myself, and Boz.John Forster|Percy Hethrington Fitzgerald
But that friendly manner; that genial, amiable nature which made him think “the whole world akin;” whence did Boz import all that?
Boz emphasizes it, by way of contrast to Trundle, saying that “he was a wise and discreet fellow.”