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box office the ticket sales office of a theater, concert hall, stadium, or the like. [3 definitions]
box pleat a double pleat with edges folded toward each other.
box score a statistical summary in table form of each player's performance in a game, esp. baseball or basketball.
box seat a seat in a box, usu. offering a better view and some privacy, in a theater, concert hall, stadium, or the like.
box spring a cloth-covered bedspring having rows of individual but connected helical springs inside a boxlike frame.
box supper a social and fund-raising occasion at which the participants bid for donated box lunches.
boxthorn the matrimony vine.
box turtle any of several North American land turtles with a hinged shell that can completely enclose the body; box tortoise.
boxwood the hard, fine-grained, light yellow wood of the box tree or shrub, used for rulers, wood engravers' blocks, musical instruments, and the like. [2 definitions]
boxy like a box, as in shape or confining quality.
boy a male child or adolescent. [4 definitions]
boycott to refuse to buy, use, attend, or deal with (a product, activity, business, or the like), usu. as a protest or means of persuasion. [2 definitions]
boyfriend (informal) a male with whom one has a romantic relationship. [2 definitions]
boyhood the state or period of life when one is a boy.
boyish characteristic of a boy.
Boy Scout a member of a worldwide youth organization for boys.
Boy Scouts of America an American organization for boys, which teaches them outdoor skills, good citizenship, and physical fitness.
boysenberry a fruit resembling a blackberry in appearance and a raspberry in flavor. [2 definitions]
bozo (slang) a guy; fellow. [2 definitions]
Br symbol of the chemical element bromine.
Br.1 abbreviation of "Bridge," a structure that extends a road, path, or other route over an obstacle such as a river or railway, to allow for continuous travel (used as part of a proper name).