Definition of Boniato

1. a sweet potato [n -TOS]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Boniato

bongoes
bongoing
bongoist
bongoists
bongos
bongrace
bongraces
bongs
bongwater
bonheur
bonheur du jour
bonheurs du jour
bonhomie
bonhomies
bonhomous
boniato (current term)
boniatos
bonibell
bonibells
bonie
bonier
boniest
boniface
bonifaces
bonification
bonifications
bonified
boniform
bonify
bonifying

Literary usage of Boniato

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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1916)
"there is a possibility that the included limestones may be of the same age as those of Sierra boniato and that consequently the great diorite intrusion ..."

2. The Plant World by Plant World Association, Wild Flower Preservation Society (U.S.), Wild Flower Preservation Society of America (1903)
"boniato — A TREE OR A YAM? IN THEIR comprehensive and useful work on the economic ... They define " boniato " as "a tree from all parts of the island; ..."

3. A Guide to the West Indies, Bermuda and Panama by Frederick Albion Ober (1920)
"Other drives are to El Cristo, boniato, San Luis, El Caney, El Morro, and the San Juan ... The boniato drive is over a magnificent military road through an ..."

4. United States Colonies and Dependencies, Illustrated: The Travels and by William Dickson Boyce (1914)
"I motored first up boniato to look the country over. A splendid road winds up the ... From boniato I drove to El Caney, where we won a glorious victory. ..."

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