Noun(1) a youthful male person(2) a friendly informal reference to a grown man(3) a male human offspring
(1) It is important to become a professional sales person rather than a postman or delivery boy or a traditional sales man.(2) a delivery boy(3) Russell Crowe has written a heartfelt open letter to his baby son to mark the boy 's first birthday.(4) The next day, I arranged for a group of us to lunch at one and, boy , what a disappointment.(5) She made it waterproof so it would float, and then placed her dear baby boy into it.(6) He is busy juggling being a pizza delivery boy , a physics student and a superhero.(7) Mr King, who was a bread delivery boy , was handed the child after its father collapsed in front of him in Old Tye Avenue, Biggin Hill.(8) she put her little boy to bed(9) There is a certain type of china that is only ever found in old ladies' houses and, boy , I now have plenty to spare.(10) Processed to see what his ideal job position would be, Fry is classified as an ideal delivery boy .(11) When I was a teenager, fanzines were my primary literary outlet - and, boy , did I have fun!(12) George sensitively edited her new manuscript and mourned the absence of his lover, a French sailor boy .(13) down boy!(14) Father and son, the boy would be 8 or 9, he may be 10, we don't know, who cares anyway?(15) I don't know how his parents knew when they named him that, but, boy , they got that right.(16) Don't get me wrong, he was a nice guy, he was just nice in the small town naÔö£┬╗ve frat boy way.
1. lad ::
2. son ::
3. male child ::
Different Formsbod, boer, boers, boy, boyd, boyer, boyhood, boyhoods, boyish, boys
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