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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOOST
Of course, I was expecting something—a boost in salary, or something like that.
Go easy on stakes because unless careful will boost the comein.
And since I've left the San, I've looked forward to your letters to boost up my spirits.
In that case, we will have to turn in and88 give the fellow what you Americans call a boost.
"Then you'll have to boost the buggy-wheels, that's all," answered Jim.
The little old Frenchy in the Parisian hand laundry gave us a boost, too.
The ten, I take it, is a retainer for me to boost the yachtin' enterprise.
For a consideration they will boost wealthy Climbers into Society.
Hold on a minute, Patrick; just boost me over to the sofa, while you're about it.
“Got to boost her, boys, to protect Bill,” he explained as his raise went in.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BOOST
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