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Crossword Answers for: ????OY

accloy

accloy
(v. t.) To fill to satiety; to stuff full; to clog; to overload; to burden. See Cloy.

busboy

busboy
A restaurant attendant who sets tables and assists waiters and clears away dirty dishes

carboy

carboy
(n.) A large, globular glass bottle, esp. one of green glass, inclosed in basket work or in a box, for protection; -- used commonly for carrying corrosive liquids; as sulphuric acid, etc.

convoy

convoy
(n.) The act of attending for defense; the state of being so attended; protection; escort.
(n.) A vessel or fleet, or a train or trains of wagons, employed in the transportation of munitions of war, money, subsistence, clothing, etc., and having an armed escort.
(n.) A protection force accompanying ships, etc., on their way from place to place, by sea or land; an escort, for protection or guidance.
(n.) Conveyance; means of transportation.
(n.) A drag or brake applied to the wheels of a carriage, to check their velocity in going down a hill.
(v. t.) To accompany for protection, either by sea or land; to attend for protection; to escort; as, a frigate convoys a merchantman.

cowboy

cowboy
(n.) A cattle herder; a drover; specifically, one of an adventurous class of herders and drovers on the plains of the Western and Southwestern United States.
(n.) One of the marauders who, in the Revolutionary War infested the neutral ground between the American and British lines, and committed depredations on the Americans.

deploy

deploy
(n.) Alt. of Deployment
(v. t. & i.) To open out; to unfold; to spread out (a body of troops) in such a way that they shall display a wider front and less depth; -- the reverse of ploy; as, to deploy a column of troops into line of battle.

employ

employ
(n.) That which engages or occupies a person; fixed or regular service or business; employment.
(v. t.) To inclose; to infold.
(v. t.) To use; to have in service; to cause to be engaged in doing something; -- often followed by in, about, on, or upon, and sometimes by to; as: (a) To make use of, as an instrument, a means, a material, etc., for a specific purpose; to apply; as, to employ the pen in writing, bricks in building, words and phrases in speaking; to employ the mind; to employ one's energies.
(v. t.) To occupy; as, to employ time in study.
(v. t.) To have or keep at work; to give employment or occupation to; to intrust with some duty or behest; as, to employ a hundred workmen; to employ an envoy.

kilroy

kilroy
A nonexistent person popularized by American servicemen during World War II; "Kilroy was here"

lenvoy

l'envoy
(n.) One or more detached verses at the end of a literary composition, serving to convey the moral, or to address the poem to a particular person; -- orig. employed in old French poetry.
(n.) A conclusion; a result.

lowboy

lowboy
A low chest or table with drawers and supported on four legs

norroy

norroy
(n.) The most northern of the English Kings-at-arms. See King-at-arms, under King.

potboy

potboy
(n.) A boy who carries pots of ale, beer, etc.; a menial in a public house.

renvoy

renvoy
(n.) A sending back.
(v. t.) To send back.

seaboy

sea boy
A boy employed on shipboard.

teapoy

teapoy
(n.) An ornamental stand, usually with three legs, having caddies for holding tea.

tomboy

tomboy
(n.) A romping girl; a hoiden.

toyboy

toyboy
Young male partner or lover of an older woman

verdoy

verdoy
(a.) Charged with leaves, fruits, flowers, etc.; -- said of a border.