booby

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a woman’s breast

At ten o’clock she was lying on the divan with her boobies in her hands. — Henry Miller, Tropic of Cancer, 1934.

A stupid person
Any of various large tropical seabirds from the genera Sula and Papasula in the gannet family Sulidae, traditionally considered to be stupid

At which time, ſome Boobyes, weary of flight, made our Ship their pearch, an animall ſo ſimple as ſuffers any to take her without feare, as if a ſtupid ſenſe made her careleſſe of danger.

{n} a dull empty fellow, dunce, large bird
A swimming bird Sula fiber or S
It is so called on account of its apparent stupidity
sula related to the common gannet, and found in the West Indies, nesting on the bare rocks
Having the characteristics of a booby; stupid
The name is also sometimes applied to other species of gannets; as, S
an ignorant or foolish person
a woman's breast
boobies a silly or stupid person. Any of six or seven species of large tropical seabirds (family Sulidae), named for their presumed lack of intelligence. Two common species are wide-ranging in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans; another is found in the Pacific from southern California to northern Peru and on the Galápagos Islands. The booby has a long bill, cigar-shaped body, and long, narrow, angular wings. It flies high above the ocean looking for schools of fish and squid, which it snatches in a vertical dive. Boobies vary in length from 25 to 35 in. (65-85 cm). They nest in colonies but are territorial
small tropical gannet having a bright bill or bright feet or both
piscator, the red-footed booby
Any of various tropical seabirds from the genera Sula and Papasula, resembling gannets; rests at night in the rigging of sailing ships from where it is easy to catch
dumbbell: an ignorant or foolish person
A dunce; a stupid fellow
{i} stupid person
A species of penguin of the antarctic seas
booby prize
A prize or status, often unwelcome, awarded as a joke or disincentive to the loser of a contest or for poor performance

At the end of the conference, they awarded him with a rubber chicken as a booby prize for complaining the loudest.

booby prizes
plural form of booby prize
booby trap
An unforeseen source of danger; a pitfall
booby trap
An antipersonnel device deliberately hidden or disguised as a harmless object
booby traps
plural form of booby trap
booby-hatch
a lunatic asylum or similar institution
booby-hatch
a small hatchway in the deck of a ship
booby-trap
Alternative spelling of booby trap
booby-trap
To set up with booby traps; to plant a booby trap on
booby-trapped
having a hidden booby trap
booby-trapped
Simple past tense and past participle of boobytrap
booby hatch
a mental hospital
booby hatch
{i} cover for a small hatchway on a ship's deck (Nautical); (Offensive term) insane asylum, hospital for the mentally ill; (Slang) jail
booby prize
a prize given to one who finishes last in a contest
booby prize
The booby prize is a prize given as a joke to the person who comes last in a competition. a prize given as a joke to the person who is last in a competition
booby prize
{i} prize given to the person who finishes last in a competition, loser's consolation prize
booby trap
{i} scheme or device for tricking a person unawares, hidden trap; set down a trap
booby trap
an unforeseen or unexpected or surprising difficulty
booby trap
an explosive mine hidden underground; explodes when stepped on or driven over
booby trapped
{s} sabotaged, set up to explode
booby-trap
If something is booby-trapped, a booby-trap is placed in it or on it. fears that the area may have been booby trapped His booby-trapped car exploded
booby-trap
A booby-trap is something such as a bomb which is hidden or disguised and which causes death or injury when it is touched. Police were checking the area for booby traps
boobies
plural form of booby
boobies
plural form of boobie
Boobies
(Argo) gazongas
boobies
Plural of booby
booby

    Heceleme

    boo·by

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    bubi

    Eş anlamlılar

    sulid

    Telaffuz

    /ˈbo͞obē/ /ˈbuːbiː/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'bü-bE ] (noun.) circa 1603. 17th Century. Spanish bobo, from Latin balbus ‘stammering’

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