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Correct spelling for BOXTER
We think the word boxter is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for boxter
- Boaster(Definition of boaster)
- Boxer(Definition of boxer)
- Bolster(Definition of bolster)
- Boxen(Definition of Boxen)
- Baster(Definition of baster)
- Booster(Definition of booster)
- Boxed(Definition of boxed)
- Boater(Definition of boater)
- Buster(Definition of buster)
The great boaster there lived in the south a man who so continually boasted of his strength and endurance that all the people called him, "kee-oo-yai"-the great boaster.
He went out of town for a few days, during which de quille published an extravagant account of his misfortune, describing the nose and dwelling on the absurdity of mark twain's ever supposing himself to be a boxer.
Meanwhile that young lady, having arranged a bolster in her bed to look as like a human being as possible, put on her hat and jacket and ran downstairs.
(republished as boxen: childhood chronicles before narnia).
The howe machine is stationary, and the baster-plate or cloth-holder progressive.
Cellular telephone system - the telephones in this system are radio transceivers, with each instrument having its own private radio frequency and sufficient radiated power to reach the booster station in its area (cell), from which the telephone signal is fed to a telephone exchange.
The young cadets, boys of twelve or thirteen, all looked dirty and untidy, and were boxed up in a wretched uniform which matched admirably their rude and rustic faces.
Anyway, i went back to building boxes for them.
92, 94 baxter, richard, his address to richard cromwell, vi.
Within three or four seconds several blows were aimed on both sides, without landing, for both were excellent boxers.
He told details; he described the motorboat; he laughed at the astonishment the man would feel when the pirates disclosed their intentions with a bullet or knife; and he expected, by and by, to hear the story of the tragedy through the medium of some whiskey boater, some river gossip coming up in a power boat.
"buster jack knows what he's doin'.