use boon in a sentence.
Another boon is for the President of the United States to echo and reinforce Islamofascist propaganda themes, as Mr. Obama did in his first interview with an Arab language television network.
But if I'd had the power to beg one non-selfish boon from the Nebula gods of 2009, it would have been on behalf of Daniel Abraham's The Price of Spring.
America's abundance of natural gas is often described as a boon to national security and a "bridge" to a clean, low-carbon energy economy.
But perhaps the greatest boon is the sheer quantity of readily accessible knowledge.
If savings are exempted, there is a heavy incentive to save (to lower tax burden and/or get the bleedin 'boon).