Definition of Boyards

1. Noun. (plural of boyard) ¹



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Definition of Boyards

1. boyard [n] - See also: boyard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Boyards

boy juices
boy meets girl
boy next door
boy racer
boy racers
boy scout
boy shorts
boy toy
boy wonder
boy wonders
boyar
boyard
boyards (current term)
boyarism
boyarisms
boyars
boyau
boyaus
boyaux
boyband
boybands
boychick
boychicks
boychik
boychiks
boychild
boychildren

Literary usage of Boyards

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1. A Monograph on Plebiscites: With a Collection of Official Documants by Sarah Wambaugh (1920)
"Quant à la représentation de la petite propriété, la Commission fait remarquer que l'introduction des boyards dans la classe des petits propriétaires ne ..."

2. Russia by Alfred Rambaud, Edgar Saltus (1902)
"Then the boyards resumed their old arrogance ; they obstinately refused to swear ... Silvester took the part of Prince Vladimir against those boyards who ..."

3. The History of Russia from the Earliest Times to 1877 by Alfred Rambaud, Graeme Mercer Adam (1904)
"boyards whom Ivan justly suspected ; he took their part against the Tzarina ... Then the boyards resumed their old arrogance ; they obstinately refused to ..."

4. St. Petersburgh, Constantinople, and Napoli Di Romania, in 1833 and 1834 by Friedrich Tietz (1836)
"Bucharest—Poverty and Wretchedness of the Peasantry—Extravagance of th« boyards—The Gipsies of Wallachia— ..."

5. Roumania Past and Present by James Samuelson (1882)
"Concubinage widely prevailed, and many boyards had, besides their legitimate wife, ten or a dozen mistresses. They appear to have been gradually growing in ..."

6. The Danube and the Black Sea: Memoir on Their Junction by a Railway Between by Thomas Forester (1857)
"Resumé and object of the Memoir.—MOLDAVIA AND WALLACHIA.— Population.—Physical aspect and produce.—Climate.—Government.—Religion.—The boyards.—The peasants. ..."

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