booster

[ boo-ster ]SEE DEFINITION OF booster

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The primary—ah, booster, as you say, breaks free at twelve miles.

Like the rest of you, I knew nothing of the true action of the booster.

They haven't got the booster or anything like it, or they'd have used it.

One is reduced to the figures of the real estate "booster" for terms of proportion.

"Be a Booster," it advises, and no one can say that it does not live up to its principles.

So the affair of Nicky and "Booster's" wife was as if it had never been.

He supposed that, having found her out, there was no other line that "Booster" could have taken.

Evidently he disapproved of "Booster's" wife for the same reason that he disapproved of Vera.

The superheater, the arch, the booster, and the feed-water heater together vastly increase the power of the steam locomotive.

He laid over and sliced into a mass of Messerschmitts ahead of him, opening his throttle wide and cutting in his booster.

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