boned definition

  • verb:
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of bone.
    • Simple past tight and past participle of bone.
  • adjective:
    • Having some particular style of bone.
    • beset with desperate situations that seem tough or impractical to over come; in imminent danger.
    • Cracked.
    • Having (these types of) bones; -- found in composition.
    • Deprived of bones.
    • Manured with bone.
    • having bones as specified
    • having had the bones removed
    • Having some specific particular bone tissue.
    • beset with desperate situations that seem hard or impractical to over come; in imminent risk.
    • Cracked.
    • Having (these types of) bones; -- used in structure.
    • Deprived of bones.
    • Manured with bone.
    • having bones as specified
    • having had the bones eliminated
  • others:
    • Having bones (for the kind indicated in structure): as, high-boned; strong-boned.
    • In cookery, freed from bones: since, a boned fowl.
    • Having bones (of this sort indicated in composition): as, high-boned; strong-boned.
    • In cookery, freed from bones: because, a boned fowl.

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