The ruling is a boon to cancer researchers and genetic scientists.
Some privacy advocates think that our propensity for being unnerved by drones will end up being a boon to privacy.
The accumulated five-dollar tickets will surely be a boon to town coffers.
The pill was undeniably a boon to married women, but much less so for the unmarried.
When someone like Dolly Parton comes out about being in an open relationship, she says, it can be only be a boon for the cause.
That is a boon which must be constantly borne in mind, and which makes our railways an absolutely democratic institution.
The boon I crave is that you will place it in my hands and let me die still grasping it.
Good books and good literature would be a boon in these camps.
Let us go to Montcalm, and demand admission: he dare not deny a child the boon.
Again he lapsed into silence, as if fearful to ask the boon.