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  1. Definitions of boon. noun. a desirable state. “a spanking breeze is a boon to sailors”. synonyms: blessing. see more. adjective. very close and convivial. “ boon companions”.

  2. Synonyms for BOON: social, outgoing, hospitable, friendly, gracious, jolly, companionable, convivial; Antonyms of BOON: reclusive, antisocial, unsocial, unsociable, introverted, distant, remote, cold

  3. 1. something extremely useful, helpful, or beneficial; a blessing or benefit: the car was a boon to him. 2. archaic a favour; request: he asked a boon of the king. [C12: from Old Norse bōn request; related to Old English bēn prayer] boon ( buːn) adj 1. close, special, or intimate (in the phrase boon companion) 2. archaic jolly or convivial

  4. 3 days ago · boon in British English. (buːn ) noun. 1. something extremely useful, helpful, or beneficial; a blessing or benefit. online check-in is a boon for many travellers. 2. archaic. a favour; request. he asked a boon of the king.

  5. noun something to be thankful for; blessing; benefit. something that is asked; a favor sought. Origin of boon 1 First recorded in 1150–1200; Middle English bon (e) “praying, a prayer, favor asked for,” from Old Norse bōn “prayer, request, petition”; cognate with Old English bēn Other words from boon boonless, adjective Words Nearby boon boom shot

  6. boon. noun. /buːn/. /buːn/. boon (to/for somebody) something that is very helpful and makes life easier for you. The device will prove a boon to home cooks. Extra Examples. Oxford Collocations Dictionary. Word Origin.

  7. boon definition: something helpful that improves your life: . Learn more.

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