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Definition of "boden" [boden]

  • See bode.
  • Accoutred; armed; fitted out; provided; prepared.

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "boden" in a sentence
  • "At its nastiest levels, this stuff is pure “blut und boden” fascism."
  • "Any congressional pioneer of drug-war reform, for example, will necessarily be sabotaging his or her chances for future advancement, and in all the districts in which the idea has broad popular support, no candidate who is also personally in favor of it will gain anything by campaigning on it, since standard liberalism will do the job at no cost. boden Says:"
  • "While that is not an evolutionary scenario to cheer a blut und boden Nazi eugenicist, mtDNA has nonetheless proved a boon to modern-day forensic detectives."