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boonies

Syllabification: boon·ies
Pronunciation: /ˈbo͞onēz
 
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Definition of boonies in English:

plural noun

Short for boondocks.
Example sentences
  • But what options did she really have, stuck out here in the boonies this way?
  • Still, living near the water is not recommended for the truly tense; a safer bet is somewhere inland, away from rivers and lakes, but not too deep in the boonies.
  • The studios may look like a little old small-time operation out in London's boonies, but I have to tell you the people are amazing!

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Pronunciation: ˈemyələs
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seeking to emulate or imitate someone or something