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  • noun A rounded stone that is larger than a pebble; a cobblestone
  • noun A boulder


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  • With now and then a smooth grey rock, or large boulderstone, which had somehow inexplicably stopped on the brow of the hill instead of rolling down into what at some former time no doubt was a bed of water, — all this open strip of the table-land might have stood with very little coaxing for a piece of a gentleman's pleasure-ground.

    Queechy, Volume I


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