In the young tree, the bole is straight and upright, and one or two leading branches rise above the rest.
The bole of the stem is slightly over a yard in circumference.
Post in Hastings' Did., under "Camel") throws doubt on this explanation, and assumes that the more violent hyper bole is intended.
Perouse, Le Cardinal Louis Aleman, president du concile de Bole (Paris, 1904).
Bole, The Harmony Society (Philadelphia, 1904); Charles Nordhoff, The Communistic Societies of the United States (New York, 1875); and among several excellent monographs in German, Karl Knortz, Die christlichkommunistische Kolonie der Rappisten (Leipzig, 1892), and J.
bee bole is probably at least 200 years old.
bole of trees Whose boughs bend to the east.
Armenian bole is also used in medicine as an astringent, and as a base for gilding on wooden panel paintings.
Vegeta) It is described by Mitchell as an elm with a regular tall domed crown with a straight clean bole.
The force of the blast bursts the trunk apart, often leaving a hollow bole and gnarled and withered trunks.
chain-link fencing that had been wrapped around the bole.
The original specification was for a fabricated steel mesh grid to replace the chain-link fencing that had been wrapped around the bole.
The site of Bole Hill Quarry is then passed, where in the 18th century ironstone was mined.
Almost facing you is a recess In the wall called a bee bole shaped to take an old straw hive called a skep.
The word usage examples above have been gathered from various sources to reflect current and historial usage. They do not represent the opinions of YourDictionary.com.