Definition of bosky in English:

bosky

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Pronunciation: /ˈbɒski
 
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adjective

literary
Covered by trees or bushes; wooded: a slow-moving river meandering between bosky banks
More example sentences
  • Just a short walk across the bosky gardens of Sultan Ahmet Square is the renowned Blue Mosque, enchanting in its elegant symmetry and exquisite colour.
  • In bosky little corners of England, tucked away down country lanes and suburban cul-de-sacs, are the remnants of pioneering experiments in modern living.
  • The stylishly erratic gardens are a hedonist's delight, where Ferdinand thoughtfully provided a bosky chalet for his fat German mistress.

Origin

late 16th century: from Middle English bosk, variant of bush1.

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