[ US /ˈbɔɪɫ/ ]
  1. United States writer (1902-1992)
  2. Irish chemist who established that air has weight and whose definitions of chemical elements and chemical reactions helped to dissociate chemistry from alchemy (1627-1691)
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How To Use Boyle In A Sentence

  • Well, I just stop I guess" the narcotized looking Boyle warbled almost incoherently. Melody Breyer-Grell: My Issue With Susan Boyle
  • Admiral Boyle commanded the entire crew to assemble on deck.
  • Steven Sippila, skipper of the Sinikka, and his deckhand Scott Boyle have been busy this week preparing their equipment and bait for the busy 13-week season.
  • Isaac Newton obtained some of Boyle's mysterious red powder and experimented on it.
  • Admiral Boyle commanded the entire crew to assemble on deck.
  • Boyles regretted passing several does from a tower blind rashly dubbed ‘Muy Grande.’
  • By September 1889, debt-free and resolved to save money for the future, Boyle proposed marriage for the first time in his life.
  • Most recently, Boyle was known as the crotchety father on the television comedy series Everybody loves Raymond. Archive 2006-12-01
  • Boyle knew the tin gained weight as the calx was formed.
  • ‘In fact, there are so many refutable claims and irresponsible accusations contained in this 175-page report that it would take another 175 pages to correct the errors,’ Mr. Boyle said.
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