Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for boule

an inlaid furniture decoration


Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
In April, Vincent resigned as president of his alma mater "to avoid any further stress to the campus community" and has since turned his attention to advancing educational opportunities for African-Americans through his work with the 5,000-member Boule.
The event is this Sunday, April 29, from 11am until 2pm and is open to anybody, young or old, who might like to try their hand at boules.
GTAT had managed to produce a 115-kilogram boule, but in order to convince Apple to use the sapphire, the company assured it could grow 165-kg boules.
Gamma Xi Boule Foundation's fund-raising gala for youth development, featuring a performance by the WBBT Soul Crooners, is Saturday, Feb.
I had a nasty fall trying to save my beautiful double-white Campanula persicifolia aptly named 'Boule de Neige'.
It can be played one-on-one or in teams of two or three, and points are awarded for getting the "boule" (pronounced BOOL) - French for ball - closest to the cochonnet.
The WPA executive thank the Monkstone PC for their hospitality and hosting the event, and look forward to next year's return competition to be hosted by the Boule in Gwent members.
Boule uses mob where other authors might use the word crowd.
Sundays and Tuesday evenings seem to be popular times to play," The public petanque pitch, virtually a boule's throw from Ty Gobaith children's hospice, was paid for thanks to a Conwy Community Chest grant.
Les serpents sont de type Python boule d'Afrique, reputes non dangereux.
The strategy of the game lies in deciding whether to "point," or place, your boule as close to the jack as possible, (a difficult decision on the treacherous and stony ground typically found in Dubai's best playing areas) thereby forcing your opponent to play, or to "shoot," which involves throwing the boule at much higher velocity to displace an opponent's and thereby win the end.
In spite of her work on the concept of the "othering" gaze, a major theme that runs through second-wave Anglophone feminist film theory, as well as her long-professed fascination with cinema, French feminist and existentialist philosopher Simone de Beauvoir (1908-86) has largely been ignored within the realm of film studies, note Boule (contemporary French studies, Nottingham Trent U., England) and Tidd (French studies, U.
(SeeNews) - Nov 9, 2012 - Swedish blood tests developer Boule Diagnostics AB (STO:BOUL) saw its third-quarter pretax profit shrink to SEK 960,000 (USD 143,000/EUR 112,000), failing forecasts of SEK 4 million, due to higher costs and negative currency effects.