Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A large glass bottle filled with powder and having strands of quickmatch attached to the neck, used for incendiary purposes.

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Examples

  • Perso, je deteste ca donc je ne vais certainement pas le laisser faire la ou je "bosse"!

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • ‘Un bosse, mummy?’ she says teasingly, shooting a sidelong glance at The Boy, who is smirking into his Shanghai noodles.

    cover up

  • ‘I see what you mean, mummy,’ she says, finally, turning to face me and putting a hand on my arm – right on my bosse – causing me to gasp.

    boss

  • ‘Un bosse, mummy?’ she says teasingly, shooting a sidelong glance at The Boy, who is smirking into his Shanghai noodles.

    boss

  • ‘I see what you mean, mummy,’ she says, finally, turning to face me and putting a hand on my arm – right on my bosse – causing me to gasp.

    cover up

  • “How do you say in English the bosse of a camel?” comments (74) 74 comments

    hump

  • Perso, je trouve que je suis aimable, que je bosse bien, ne rechigne a rien du tout comme tâche, je suis polyvalent, je ne me cantonne pas a ma charcuterie et mon fromage ...

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Bref, je trouve que je bosse bien et s'ils ne me gardaient pas je serais vraiment super déçu.

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • At least the bosse du chameau holds upright. corine |

    hump

  • “How do you say in English the bosse of a camel?” comments (74) working title

    hump

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