boy

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Synonyms for boy

a grown man referred to familiarly, jokingly, or as a member of one's set or group

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References in classic literature ?
asked the boy, trying to look sober while his black eyes shone with fun.
A boy clad in a blue shirt leaped from the wagon and attempted to drag after him one of the maidens, who screamed and protested shrilly.
or rather half-brother) Sid was already through with his part of the work (picking up chips), for he was a quiet boy, and had no adventurous, trouble- some ways.
while, we have been thinking of other matters, Master Cheever's watchful eye has caught two boys at play.
Thou wilt go away, and they will return me to those empty rooms where there is no good place to sleep and where the boys beat me.
Philip thought this answer would cause the boy a certain awkwardness, but Venning was not to be turned from his facetiousness for so little.
Yet no attack came on that night or the next; on the third Trent and the boy sat talking and the latter frankly owned that he was nervous.
The boy with the billiard ball said that he had never seen it in his life before, and hazarded the suggestion that it had got into his box through some mysterious and occultly evil agency.
He must identify the boat's crew and the return boys by their legs.
The other little boys clasped their hands and wriggled their legs in excitement.
Rose stood silent for a minute, thinking of something Aunt Jessie once said "You have more influence over the boys than you know; use it for their good, and I shall thank you all my life.
Up to what age do you keep boys at your school then?
In fact the wagon was so closely packed with boys of all ages that it looked like a box of sardines.
He might be a year older than Tom, but was very little bigger, and he was the Crichton of our village boys.
The little boy seemed rather frightened to find a man standing there before him and all those animals staring in through the hole in the broken door.