boss1 / bôs; bäs/ inf. • n. a person in charge of a worker or organization: I asked my boss for a promotion union bosses.• v. [tr.] give (someone) orders in a domineering manner: plump old battle-axes bossing everyone around.• adj. excellent; outstanding: she's a real boss chick.DERIVATIVES: boss·y adj.boss2 • n. a round knob, stud, or other protuberance, in particular: ∎ a stud on the center of a shield. ∎ Archit. a piece of ornamental carving covering the point where the ribs in a vault or ceiling cross.boss3 (also boss·y) • n. inf. a cow.
Boss ★½ The Black Bounty Killer; Boss Nigger; The Black Bounty Hunter 1974 (PG)
Blax-ploitation western parody with Williamson and Martin as a couple of bounty hunters tearing apart a town to find a fugitive. Relatively non-violent. 87m/C VHS . Fred Williamson, D'Urville Martin, R.G. Armstrong, William (Bill) Smith, Carmen Hayworth, Barbara Leigh; D: Jack Arnold; W: Fred Williamson.
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