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[bosh]

See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com noun
  1. absurd or foolish talk; nonsense.

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Origin of bosh1

1830–35; < Turkish boş empty; popularized from its use in the novel Ayesha (1834) by British author James J. Morier (1780–1849)

[bosh]

noun Metallurgy.
  1. the section of a blast furnace between the hearth and the stack, having the form of a frustum of an inverted cone.

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Origin of bosh2

1670–80; probably < German; akin to German böschen to slope, Böschung slope, scarp

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Examples from the Web for bosh

Contemporary Examples

  • “Somebody had to break the ice,” Bosh, whose own sexuality has been questioned in recent years, says.

  • And just as the NBA and WNBA continue to develop as open-minded sports leagues, Bosh plans to develop even further as a designer.

  • But in New York this week, Bosh said he had to take a step back from basketball and simply take in his surroundings.

  • But the tasty meal of steak, lobster, and shrimp was only the beginning of a night to remember for Bosh and company.

  • But after few rounds of simply making baskets, the game turned a tad more serious, Bosh says.

Historical Examples

  • "What a lot of bosh is talked about lovers," his comment ran.

    Dust

    Mr. and Mrs. Haldeman-Julius

  • This stupendous mass of bosh could not have been produced unless there were a demand for it.

  • That talk about me trying to get you out of Illington, Blaine, is all bosh, and you know it.

    The Crevice

    William John Burns and Isabel Ostrander

  • How even such a banquet of bosh was got ready in the time remained a riddle.

  • If my reader finds this bosh and abracadabra, all right for him.

British Dictionary definitions for bosh noun
  1. informal empty or meaningless talk or opinions; nonsense

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Word Origin

C19: from Turkish boş empty

noun
  1. the lower tapering portion of a blast furnace, situated immediately above the air-inlet tuyères
  2. the deposit of siliceous material that occurs on the surfaces of vessels in which copper is refined
  3. a water tank for cooling glass-making tools, etc
  4. South Wales dialect a kitchen sink or wash basin

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Word Origin

C17: probably from German; compare böschen to slope, Böschung slope

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Word Origin and History for bosh

n.

"empty talk, nonsense," 1834, from Turkish, literally "empty." Introduced in "Ayesha," popular romance novel by J.J. Morier (1780-1849).

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Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

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