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Definition funny of Boush:
(noun) bou-shes 1. The plural use of incredibly full and awesome bushes;ultra bushes 2. The highest authority of the bush family
"Wow, I wish I had some boushes that are as thick and full as the kind you have on your front lawn. All I have are some rose bushes at my house. I'm genuinely envious."
a mixture between someone who is a doush and also a bitch.
Only a boush would talk shit and then run away.
pure raunchiness in every possible way
YOU!!!!!!!!hahaha boush animals- two people getting it on in front of a room full of people
The coolest person evar. He pwns everyone! Watch out for his l33t pwning power.
Songs about Boush:
Revellias boush pastourel by André Ricros from the Album Noëls de France : L'âme de la tradition
Books about Boush:
Wilson Families in Colonial Virginia and Related Mason, Seawell, Goodrich, Boush Families: Ancestors and Kin of... by Patti Sue McCrary (May 1, 2009)
Deception In The Marketplace: The Psychology of Deceptive Persuasion and Consumer Self-Protection by Boush, David... by Boush (May 17, 0009)
Dissertatio medica inauguralis, de hysteria. Quam, ... pro gradu doctoratus, ... eruditorum examini subjicit Gulielmus... by William Boush (Jun 9, 2010)
Deception in the Marketplace (09) by Boush, David M - Friestad, Marian - Wright, Peter [Paperback (2009)] by Boush (2009)
Dissertatio medica inauguralis, de hysteria. Quam, ... pro gradu doctoratus, ... eruditorum examini subjicit Gulielmus... (Jun 9, 2010)
Deception In The Marketplace: The Psychology of Deceptive Persuasion and Consumer Self-Protection by Boush, David... by David M., Friestad, Marian, Wright, Peter Boush (1111)
The Boush-Nimmo chart in lower Norfolk County & Princess Anne County, Va: Snayle to Granbery, 1655-1904 and some... by Alice Granbery Walter (1975)
Wiki information Boush:
The Lynnhaven House, also Wishart-Boush House, Wishart House, and Boush House, which was built circa 1725, is an example of 18th century Tidewater Virginia vernacular architecture and is located in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Although it was founded by...
Boush-Tazewell House is a historic home located at Norfolk, Virginia. It was built about 1783-1784, and is a two-story, Georgian frame house, five bays wide and two bays deep, with a slate covered deck-on-hip roof. It features a two-level, tetrastyle...