boach·y
–adjective, boach·i·er, boach·i·est.
1. arrogant; self-assertive; conceited; apt to take offense on slight provocation; irritable: He is very boachy when he's sick.
2. requiring caution, tactfulness, or expert handling; precarious; risky: a boachy subject; a boachy situation.
3. sensitive to touch.
4. easily ignited, as tinder.
Origin: 2005–07; boach + -y

—Related forms
boach·i·ly, adverb
boach·i·ness, noun
Dude, don't get all boachy on me.

by Kaint March 27, 2007

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