One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘In the morning we scrambled up through snow and bouldery scree and bagged an 8,500-foot peak.’
- ‘A bouldery summit with a large cairn looms large, fooling many into believing this is the summit.’
- ‘Flanagan lowered his close-shaved, bouldery head, studied me with unwavering eyes, then took a swallow from his pint.’
- ‘Enceladus' surface breaks up into a bouldery terrain - a completely unexpected view of a moon that appears very smooth from a distance.’
- ‘The Spey snakes between rolling hills, with stretches of bouldery rapids and limpid pools where salmon leap and plop.’
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