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Definitions of box:

part of speech: noun

An evergreen shrub; a case or container with a bottom and sides, which has, or may have, a lid; the quantity such a case contains; the driver's seat on a carriage; a compartment in a theater or other public place; a place of shelter for a man on duty; as a sentry box; a blow on the head with the fist or hand.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To fight with the fists.

part of speech: verb transitive

To put into or . furnish with boxex.

part of speech: verb transitive

To shut up in a box; to confine; to stow; to pack; to strike with the fist or hand.

part of speech: noun

A case or hollow vessel of any size and shape, and made of any material; a seat separated from others; a shrub having a fine close- grained wood.

part of speech: noun

A blow on the head or ear with the hand.

part of speech: verb

To enclose.

part of speech: verb transitive

To strike with the hand or fist.

part of speech: noun

A blow with the fists or clenched hands.

part of speech: noun

A tree remarkable for the hardness and smoothness of its wood: a case or receptable for holding anything: the contents of a box: a small house or lodge: a private seat in a theatre: the driver's seat on a carriage. - TO BE IN A BOX, to be in difficulty, or in a compromising position. ( Amer.) The phrase TO BE IN THE WRONG BOX has, It seems, a respectable antiquity. “ if you will hear how St. Augustine expoundeth that place, you shall perceive that you are in a wrong box."- Ridley ( 1554). “ I perceive that you and I are in a wrong box."- J. Udall ( 1588).

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