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Definition of "boondock" [boondock]

  • A brushy rural area. (noun)
  • To camp in a dry brushy location. (verb)
  • To stay in a recreational vehicle in a remote location, without connections to water, power, or sewer services. (verb)

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Use "boondock" in a sentence
  • "The twirling round the chandelier thing wasn't original in boondock saints either cause for the people that actually do remember that movie they laugh afterwards cause it only happens in spy movies so is not the 'boondock' thing and seriously why should a move be held to one movie?!"
  • "Shad everyone, calm down, for today we are at "full fuckin 'boondock.""
  • "boondock saints 2 my flaming sword boondock saints flaming sword"