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English words containing bon:

Meanings of A bone of contention:

idiom

Something that two people or groups cannot agree about

Usage examples:

Money is a common bone of contention in many marriages.

Meanings of Abondance:

noun

A call undertaking to take nine or more tricks in solo whist.

Meanings of Abonne:

noun

A person who subscribes to a periodical; a season-ticket holder at the theatre.

Meanings of Abonnement:

noun

Chiefly in france and french-speaking countries: a subscription (for a newspaper, journal, etc.); a season ticket (to a theatre, ski resort, etc.).

Meanings of Aitchbone:

noun

The buttock or rump bone of cattle.

Usage examples:

It also contains aitchbone and a fat covering on the outer muscle.

Meanings of Ambon:

proper noun

A mountainous island in eastern indonesia, one of the molucca islands.

Meanings of Ambones:

noun

(in an early christian church) an oblong pulpit with steps at each end.

Usage examples:

Early christian churches had no pulpits other than the ambos where scriptures could be read.

And-bone

ˌræɡ.əndˈbəʊn mæn

Meanings of And-bone:

noun

In the past, a man who went round the streets of a town to buy old clothes, furniture, and other unwanted things cheaply

Meanings of Anklebone:

noun

The chief bone of the ankle joint; the talus.

Meanings of Anklebones:

noun

The chief bone of the ankle joint; the talus.

Meanings of As-dry-as-a-bone:

idiom

Extremely dry

Usage examples:

I don't think he's been watering these plants - the soil is as dry as a bone.

Meanings of Backbone:

noun

The series of vertebrae extending from the skull to the pelvis; the spine.

Usage examples:

Prickles of sweat broke out along her backbone

Meanings of Backboned:

noun

The series of vertebrae extending from the skull to the pelvis; the spine.

Usage examples:

Prickles of sweat broke out along her backbone

Meanings of Backbones:

noun

The series of vertebrae extending from the skull to the pelvis; the spine.

Usage examples:

Prickles of sweat broke out along her backbone

Bare-bones

ˌbeə ˈbəʊnz

Meanings of Bare-bones:

adjective

Used to describe an amount of money that is only just enough, or too little, for a particular purpose, or an arrangement that offers as little of something as possible

Usage examples:

This bare-bones budget is far short of the amount we need to maintain existing programs., the airli…

Meanings of Barebones:

adjective

Reduced to or comprising only the basic or essential elements of something.

Usage examples:

A bare-bones version of the story

Meanings of Beribboned:

adjective

Decorated with many ribbons.

Usage examples:

Beribboned straw hats

Meanings of Bicarbonate:

noun

A salt containing the anion hco3−.

Meanings of Bicarbonates:

noun

A salt containing the anion hco3−.

Meanings of Billabong:

noun

A branch of a river forming a backwater or stagnant pool, made by water flowing from the main stream during a flood.

Usage examples:

The water level in the billabong was high, too high for fishing, said the old ladies.

Meanings of Bloodybones:

noun

A bogeyman or bugbear, especially invoked to frighten children. frequently used in conjunction with rawhead.

Bluebonnet

ˈbluːˌbɒn.ɪt

Meanings of Bluebonnet:

noun

A pale grey-brown australian parrot with a deep blue face and variously coloured wings, tail, and belly.

Meanings of Bluebonnets:

noun

A pale grey-brown australian parrot with a deep blue face and variously coloured wings, tail, and belly.

Bon

bɒn

Meanings of Bon:

noun

A japanese buddhist festival held annually in august to honour the dead.

Usage examples:

I think that o-bon - the ‘festival of the dead,’ upcoming in august - can be special this year.

Bon mot

ˌbɒn ˈməʊ

Meanings of Bon mot:

idiom

A witty or clever remark

noun

A witty remark.

Usage examples:

He is laconically hilarious, hot in a blonde way, he can pass off a piece of dialogue as the wittie…

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