boned

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Simple past tense and past participle of bone
beset with unfortunate circumstances that seem difficult or impossible to overcome; in imminent danger

Bender: Well, we're boned! / Leela: Can't we get away in the ship?.

Broken
Having some specific type of bone
past of bone
Deprived of bones; as, boned turkey or codfish
having bones as specified; "his lanky long-boned body" having had the bones removed; "a boneless rib roast"; "a boned (or deboned) fish
{s} bony; angular
having had the bones removed; "a boneless rib roast"; "a boned (or deboned) fish"
having bones as specified; "his lanky long-boned body"
Having (such) bones; used in composition; as, big-boned; strong-boned
having had the bones removed; "a boneless rib roast"; "a boned (or deboned) fish
Manured with bone; as, boned land
A term used to explain the emphasis of style in a trick In other words, if someone "boned out a method" they would grab hard and create an emphasis of the maneuver such that his/her legs or arms may appear extended or stretched to a maximum degree To "Bone" means to straighten one or both legs
boned up
Simple past tense and past participle of bone up
big-boned
Fat, obese

Coffins for the Big-Boned. As the media never tires of telling us, America has become a junk-food nation with the fattest population on the planet.

big-boned
Having large bones

big-boned womenfolk strode away from their tea-tables to listen to the imperious Doctor.

bone
An erect penis; a boner
bone
Said of something that is rubbish or broken
bone
A dollar
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A composite material consisting largely of calcium phosphate and collagen and making up the skeleton of most vertebrates
bone
Shortened form of trombone
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To study (see also bone up)

I know it. You do not study. What's the use of boning all the time! I wasn't cut out for it..

bone
One of the rigid parts of a corset that forms its frame, the boning, originally made of whalebone
bone
Of an off-white colour, like the colour of bone
bone
Dominoes or dice
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To perform "bone pointing", a ritual that is intended to bring illness or even death to the victim

You don't know!, Bony echoed. You can tell me who boned me fifteen years ago on the other side of the world, and you can't tell me who killed the white-fella in the Crater.

bone
To polish boots to a shiny finish

...the permanent boning (excessive polishing) of boots by recruits.

bone
To apprehend, steal

as long as you and I live I take it for granted that you will not suspect me of boning them. But to guard against casualties hereafter, I have asked Nicolay to write you a line saying that I have never had in my possession or custody any of the papers which you entrusted to him.

bone
To have sexual intercourse with

So, did you bone her?.

bone
Any of the components of an endoskeleton, made of bone
bone
{v} to take out, or put in bones
bone
{n} the most solid part of the body, a die
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big-boned
having a bone structure that is massive in contrast with the surrounding flesh
big-boned
a big-boned person is large without being fat
bone
The hard tissue that provides structural support to the body It is primarily composed of hydroxyapatite crystals and collagen Individual bones may be classed as long, short, or flat
bone
If you make no bones about something, you talk openly about it, rather than trying to keep it a secret. Some of them make no bones about their political views
bone
To extend one of your legs while doing a grab
bone
slang, form of shortened form, trombone
bone
consisting of or made up of bone; "a bony substance"; "the bony framework of the body"
bone
a shade of white the color of bleached bones rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates the porous calcified substance from which bones are made remove the bones from; "bone the turkey before roasting it"
bone
Cut meat away from the bones
bone
rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates
bone
The hard tissue that provides structural support tothe body, It is primarily composed of hydroxyapatite crystals and collagen Individual bones may be classed aslong, short, or flat
bone
To sight along an object or set of objects, to see if it or they be level or in line, as in carpentry, masonry, and surveying
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To remove the bones from meat, fish or fowl Use a sharp boning knife and angle the blade toward the bone to avoid tearing or nicking the flesh
bone
A connective tissue that contains a hardened matrix of mineral salts and collagen fibers Its cells include osteocytes, which are embedded within lacunae, and the free-roaming osteoblasts and osteoclasts
bone
Anything made of bone, as a bobbin for weaving bone lace
bone
Fig
bone
consisting of or made up of bone; "a bony substance"; "the bony framework of the body
bone
The hard, calcified tissue of the skeleton of vertebrate animals, consisting very largely of calcic carbonate, calcic phosphate, and gelatine; as, blood and bone
bone
Hard material which makes up the skeleton
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{s} of or made up of bone
bone
Hard, dense, specialized form of connective tissue that forms the skeleton In addition to providing shape and structure to the body, bone stores mineral salts and aids information of blood cells under an outer "periosteum" layer, compact bone, a hard mass made up of layers of bone cell (osteocyte) tissue in concentric layers (Haversian system), forms the outer shell of most bones, surrounding inner spongy bone with its network of bony bars, and nerves Bones are classified as long (e g femur), short (e g those in the wrist), flat (e g skull bones), or irregular (e g spinal column bones) There are 206 bones in the human body
bone
an off-white colour, like the colour of bone
bone
A hard bone or wood used to rub off pencil or charcoal design to fabric for samples, or for enlargements "
bone
Two or four pieces of bone held between the fingers and struck together to make a kind of music
bone
of something that is rubbish or broken
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Whalebone; hence, a piece of whalebone or of steel for a corset
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You use to the bone to indicate that you are very deeply affected by something. For example, if you feel chilled to the bone, your whole body feels extremely cold, often because you have had a shock. What I saw chilled me to the bone. to remove the bones from fish or meat. Rigid connective tissue of vertebrates, consisting of cells embedded in a hard matrix. Bones serve as the body's supporting framework, provide muscle-attachment points for movement, protect the internal organs, house the blood-cell formation system (red bone marrow), and hold about 99% of the calcium vital to many body processes. Bone consists of a matrix of crystals of calcium, chiefly the phosphate and carbonate, embedded among collagen fibres, providing strength and elasticity, and bone cells (less than 5% of its volume). An external layer of compact bone surrounds a central area of spongy bone, except at the marrow cavity. Bone does not grow by cell division; instead, different types of bone cells generate bone matrix, break it down, and maintain it. Bone is remodeled by this process, which strengthens it in areas under greatest stress, permits healing of fractures, and helps regulate calcium levels in body fluid (see calcium deficiency). The process also causes underutilized bone, as in an immobilized limb, to atrophy. Bone disorders include rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, rickets, osteoporosis, and tumours. Bone can fracture suddenly or over time, as in stress fractures. anemia of bone marrow failure bone china bone marrow Paget disease of bone
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If something such as costs are cut to the bone, they are reduced to the minimum possible. It has survived by cutting its costs to the bone Profit margins have been slashed to the bone in an attempt to keep turnover moving
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a shade of white the color of bleached bones
bone
Animal bones can tell us much about a site: The occupants' diet The species of the animals The sex of the animals The numbers of animals involved How the animals were exploited How the animals interacted with man: domesticated, farmed, parasites They show butchery marks and give evidence about the nature of the meat eaten and how it was butchered How the meat was prepared and cooked Age of the animals at slaughter indicates whether they were kept for breeding, for milk or for meat The cortex of animal bones is thicker than that of humans, and is therefore preserved better than man's See Articulated skeleton, Disarticulated skeleton, Phosphate analysis
bone
the porous calcified substance from which bones are made
bone
One of the pieces or parts of an animal skeleton; as, a rib or a thigh bone; a bone of the arm or leg; also, any fragment of bony substance
bone
A bone of a fish; a fishbone
bone
n the hard material in the body
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If something is too close to the bone, it makes you feel uncomfortable because it is very close to the truth or to the real nature of something
bone
living tissue that makes up the body's skeleton
bone
Dense tissue that forms the skeleton Bone can be donated and transplanted
bone
To put whalebone into; as, to bone stays
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The size and density of the skeletal frame of the dog The Malamute must be a heavy-boned dog
bone
remove the bones from; "bone the turkey before roasting it"
bone
hard substance that makes the skeletal system
bone
The hard tissue that provides structural support to the body, It is primarily composed of hydroxyapatite crystals and collagen Individual bones may be classed as long, short, or flat
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study intensively, as before an exam; "I had to bone up on my Latin verbs before the final exam"
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n tulang
bone
If you bone a piece of meat or fish, you remove the bones from it before cooking it. Make sure that you do not pierce the skin when boning the chicken thighs
bone
To prepare (meat, etc) by removing the bone or bones from
bone
{f} remove bones; insert bones; devote oneself to studies; stay long hours; have sex (Slang)
bone
A hard type of connective tissue that contains collagen fibers, calcium phosphate, and hydroxyapatite
bone
— The hard, calcified tissue of the skeleton of vertebrate animals
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If you make no bones about doing something that is unpleasant or difficult or that might upset someone else, you do it without hesitating. Stafford-Clark made no bones about reapplying for the job when Daldry was standing for it
bone
A bone tool or ornament is made of bone. a small, expensive pocketknife with a bone handle. see also marrow bone, T-bone steak
bone
To steal; to take possession of
bone
To remove all meat from the bone before cooking Braise To cook food slowly in a small amount of liquid, in a tightly covered pan Food is cooked slowly by first sauteeing in hot fat and then simmering in a small bit of liquid
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To fertilize with bone
bone
The bare bones of something are its most basic parts or details. There are not even the bare bones of a garden here -- I've got nothing
bone
Your bones are the hard parts inside your body which together form your skeleton. Many passengers suffered broken bones Stephen fractured a thigh bone The body is made up primarily of bone, muscle, and fat She scooped the chicken bones back into the stewpot
bone
Dice
bone
{i} hard structures which make up the skeleton
bone
Alternate name for a domino or tile due to the fact that the original pieces were often made from animal bone
bone
This refers to the measurement around the leg of a horse, just below the knee or hock It is purpose is to determine the horse's ability (or capacity) to carry weight
bone
The framework of anything
bone
To withdraw bones from the flesh of, as in cookery
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pl
bone
The frame or skeleton of the body
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derived from naturally deceased animals Bone is usually given a surface texture, most commonly in the forms of pickbone and jigged bone Bone can be dyed to achieve bright colors (e g green, blue, and black) This is the most common handle material for pocketknives
bone
refers to a gray brown rather porous variety of the mineral smithsonite (ZnCO3) it is synonymous with drybone
large-boned
having big bones, having a skeleton made of of large heavy bones
strong-boned
having strong bones
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    [ 'bOn ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English bon, from Old English bAn; akin to Old High German & Old Norse bein bone, and perhaps to Old Irish benaid he hews.

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