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aeolian harp a musical instrument consisting of an open box with gut strings stretched across it that produce rising and falling sounds when wind passes over them.
balance wheel a wheel that regulates the movement of parts of a mechanism, as in a watch or a music box.
bandbox a usu. cylindrical box of cardboard or thin wood, used to hold a hat or other clothing items.
box1 the amount contained in or the contents of a box; boxful. [3/9 definitions]
boxful the amount that a box can or does hold.
boxing1 an enclosure or casing resembling a box. [2/3 definitions]
box lunch an individual light meal, prepared and put in a box to be eaten later, as during travel or at a picnic.
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 supper a social and fund-raising occasion at which the participants bid for donated box lunches.
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.
caddy1 a small box or similar container, as for tea or pencils.
call box a box containing a telephone, posted on a street or highway, and used to make emergency calls. [1/2 definitions]
card file a shallow, usu. small box or drawer for index cards. [1/2 definitions]
carton a box made of thick paper, sometimes coated, or of plastic, made to hold one particular type of product. [2 definitions]
case2 a box and its contents, esp. a commercial product. [1/5 definitions]
casket a box in which a dead person is buried; coffin. [2/3 definitions]
chest a durable box with a lid and often with a lock, used for storage or shipping. [1/4 definitions]
coffin a rectangular box in which a dead person is buried or cremated.
cold frame an unheated box, usu. with a glass top, used outdoors for protecting plants from the cold.