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Definition of "boches" []

  • A German, esp a German soldier (noun)

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Use "boches" in a sentence
  • "(M. de Charlus put the same sort of arrogance into his tone in pronouncing the word boches as he did formerly in the train to Balbec when he alluded to men whose taste is not for women,) “Moreover, did you observe the tricks Norpois made use of in opening his articles on neutrals ever since 1914?"
  • ""For four days previous to Monday, September 7," he said, "we were engaged in clearing out the German 'boches' from all the villages on the left bank of the Ourcq, which they had occupied in order to protect the flank of their right wing.""
  • "“Ask les boches — we always show our visitors a bon temps,” he said, using the French term for a good time."
  • "(M. de Charlus put the same sort of arrogance into his tone in pronouncing the word boches as he did formerly in the train to Balbec when he alluded to men whose taste is not for women,) “Moreover, did you observe the tricks Norpois made use of in opening his articles on neutrals ever since 1914?"
  • "“Ask les boches — we always show our visitors a bon temps,” he said, using the French term for a good time."