Lexicographical Neighbors of Boonless
boonless (current term)
Literary usage of Boonless
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1861)
"Thou hast asked a boonless boon, Not knowing that thou dost aspire to die, Scared with a ruinous elemental roar Too late, and sepulchred in floods of fire. ..."
2. The Cornhill Magazine by George Smith (1873)
"... wave Wept to the willow- Dreamed of her grave, Though 'twas in May : Life is what death is, Love is what breath is— boonless my billow Bends to the bay. ..."
3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1850)
"... oh! faithful wife, choose a boon unprecedented in all time. Rae. No longer is thy boon boonless to me, as were thy other boons; I choose that ..."
4. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1878)
"... but with secret discontent, If there be not a grace in my gifts, spontaneous joy of the soul, Life is a boonless boon, and my love must undo the whole. ..."
5. Letters, Poems and Selected Prose Writings of David Gray by David Gray, Josephus Nelson Larned (1888)
"And heaven is dark and boonless Above thy clouded brow, Midnight is wild and moonless— Will't ever be as now ? I marvel if my God hath ken of such as thou! ..."
6. The Student, and Intellectual Observer (1868)
"choice between biennials, boneless, boneless, and boonless; or take gs, which may stenographically indicate gas, gauze, gaze, geese, goose, guess, guise, ..."