Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Breast of veal may be boned, and stuffed with veal stuffing and cooked in the same way.

To roast a small hen turkey or a pullet with batter, the bird must first be boned, and filled with forcemeat or stuffing.

A loin of pork with the fat and kidney taken out and boned, and a forehand of pork boned, are very nice dressed in the same way.

The brown ginghams were made in the same way, except that the waists were not boned.

An unhallowed fiend had cut off the sequel with scissors and boned it!

A number of our most prominent men have boned me to run for sheriff.

Billy stepped up to him and boned him for the price of a square meal.

Oh, if you have boned it to read, I say no more; the crime will punish itself.

He boned the money quick enough, wanted to touch my hand you see.

Oh, the middies haven't changed a lot since I boned at Annapolis!