Between the lion and the boa constrictor, Harry was certainly lost.
Into the Boa Constrictor Peckham plunged the next morning, for all he was worth.
That feather from the boa, and the perfume, were sufficient evidence of her visit.
And, if you don't mind, I'll lend you a white feather hat and boa.
She would not look at him more; he would hear her voice no more: Boa lay there, dead!
He would think it shone so bright, to tell him that it was Boa's world now.
For the python in the Old World is quite as formidable as the boa in the New.
I then asked her if she had got the muff and boa from Jim Croydon, the porter.
He knew that the boa's bite was harmless, and that it was only its embrace that was to be feared.
Still the boa did not move, but continued watching the door.