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Synonym: blessinggiftgodsendjollyjovialmerrypleasantwindfallSimilar words: bookbootboomboothboostbamboobook forboomingMeaning: [buːn] n. a desirable state. adj. very close and convivial. 
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1. These machines have proved a real boon to disabled people.
2. Radio is a boon to the blind.
3. Parks are a great boon to people in big cities.
4. The building scheme comes as an enormous boon for the building industry.
5. A car is a real boon when you live in the country.
6. This battery booster is a boon for photographers.
7. Boon walked in and quieted the engine.
8. The new software will prove a boon to home computer users.
9. A warm coat is a real boon in cold weather.
10. Guide dogs are a great boon to the partially sighted.
11. The bus service is a real boon to people in the village.
12. A bicycle is a real boon when you live in a small town.
13. Bill and Bob are boon companions.
14. Aeration used intelligently is a boon to the maintenance of the health and vitality of the fishes.
15. But I would crave a boon for myself and my successors.
16. This service has been a boon to all who use it, pensioners, disabled and able-bodied residents.
17. In the hushed surroundings of a smart restaurant, Boon fiddles enigmatically with a fob watch on a neck chain.
18. The extra width available will be a boon to photographers looking for a rich textured background for full sized studio work.
19. The law is a special boon to those, like top corporate honchos, who are due large sums of deferred compensation.
20. The monitor is a person who seldom asks a boon of others.
21. Tall, rich, and handsome, Garth was just like the hero of a Mills and Boon book.
22. That kind of bare-knuckled competition is proving to be a boon to travelers on the World Wide Web.
23. In fact, Galvin sees protecting the pygmy owl and its habitat as a boon to the economy and wildlife alike.
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24. United's record goalscorer and now director, Bobby Charlton, believes Cantona will prove both a boon and a bargain.
25. But with careful management the carp can still be a boon to water authorities.
26. When they were first introduced they were an enormous boon to the farmer and the initial response was almost euphoric.
27. Whether stated or unstated, these conventions remain true for all Mills and Boon, Silhouette, and Harlequin romances.
28. Appointed by the mayor and council, the committee has been a boon in helping elected officials gather information and set priorities.
29. The run on unpretentious style and seasoned finishes has been a boon for the purveyors of shelter chic.
30. Yet even in its triumph over human competition, the computer is proving something of a boon to the chess world.
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