Thesaurus / bosky
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Our plates and glasses (there were many of the latter) peeped at us from a bower of roses, and bosky dells of greenery.
MY FRIEND THE CHAUFFEURC. N. WILLIAMSON AND A. M. WILLIAMSON
But Mr. Bosky kept his nerves well strung and his countenance steady, and let Uncle Timothy go on supposing.
To saving a bosky old toff from two footpads, and drivin' 'im 'ome (two miles) two-and-a-tanner!
He summoned his old hardihood and advanced over the still, bosky side of the mountain.
MOUNTAIN BLOODJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER
A thrush, somewhere hidden in that dim, bosky depth, of a sudden burst into a throb of song.
RICH MAN, POOR MANMAXIMILIAN FOSTER
I remember a time when you thought no happiness could exist out of 'dingle and bosky dell.'
THE DISOWNED, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
Every glade and bosky bourne, every tree and fern-clad undulation, was a scene peculiarly adapted to the elfin and the fay.
Fresh green heads of bosky ferns and wake-robin were pushing up through the old mats of last year's foliage.
A BUSY YEAR AT THE OLD SQUIRE'SCHARLES ASBURY STEPHENS
It was now Uncle Timothy's and Mr. Bosky's turn to be posed!
At length, as the town came in sight, they agreed to halt a while, in a bosky nook soft with mosses and sweet with wild thyme.
KENELM CHILLINGLY, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON

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