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Meanings of Bongos:

noun

Each of a joined pair of small deep-bodied drums, typically held between the knees and played with the fingers.

Usage examples:

The tabla is sort of a cross between the bongos and snare drum.

Meanings of Bongrace:

noun

A projecting brim or shade attached to the front of a bonnet or headdress, protecting the wearer's face from the sun. also figurative and in extended use. compare "shadow".

Bongs

bɒŋ

Meanings of Bongs:

noun

A low-pitched, resonant sound of the kind made by a large bell.

Usage examples:

The clock had struck the hour and it was only three bongs
verb

(especially of a bell) emit a low-pitched, resonant sound.

Usage examples:

Several eyes looked at the clock, its trusty chimes bonged 3: 00.

Bonhomie

ˈbɒnəmiː

Meanings of Bonhomie:

noun

Cheerful friendliness; geniality.

Usage examples:

He exuded good humour and bonhomie

Meanings of Bonhomies:

noun

Cheerful friendliness; geniality.

Usage examples:

He exuded good humour and bonhomie

Meanings of Bonhomme:

noun

A member of an order of mendicant friars who arrived in england in the 13th century.

Bonhomous

ˈbɒnəməs

Meanings of Bonhomous:

adjective

Friendly and cheerful.

Usage examples:

A delightful evening full of bonhomous wit and lively political debate

Meanings of Boniest:

adjective

Of or like bone.

Usage examples:

The bony plates that protect turtles and tortoises

Meanings of Boniface:

proper noun

(680–754), anglo-saxon missionary; born wynfrith; known as the apostle of germany. he was sent to frisia and germany to spread the christian faith and was appointed primate of germany in 732; he was martyred in frisia. feast day, 5 june.

Meanings of Bonification:

noun

The action or an instance of making something good or better; amelioration, improvement; (in later use) specifically the reclamation of land for the purpose of cultivation, construction, etc.

Meanings of Bonify:

verb

To make (something, especially that which is bad or unsatisfactory) good or better; to improve.

Meanings of Bonism:

noun

The doctrine that this world, although not the best of all possible worlds, is a good one. compare "malism", "optimism".

Meanings of Bonitarian:

adjective

Having or relating to the right to the use or benefit of property without formal legal title.

Meanings of Bonitary:

adjective

Having or relating to the right to the use or benefit of property without formal legal title.

Bonito

bəˈniːtəʊ

Meanings of Bonito:

noun

A small tuna with dark oblique stripes on the back, important as a food and game fish.

Usage examples:

The family scombridae, the mackerels, tunas, and bonitos, includes some of the world's most popular…

Bonitos

bəˈniːtəʊ

Meanings of Bonitos:

noun

A small tuna with dark oblique stripes on the back, important as a food and game fish.

Usage examples:

The family scombridae, the mackerels, tunas, and bonitos, includes some of the world's most popular…

Meanings of Bonity:

noun

Goodness, virtue.

Meanings of Bonjour:

exclamation

A french greeting used when meeting during the daytime.

Usage examples:

There you are, bonjour!
noun

An utterance of ‘bonjour’.

Usage examples:

Be sure to greet him with a hearty ‘bonjour’

Bonk

bɒŋk

Meanings of Bonk:

verb

Hit or strike (someone or something).

Usage examples:

He bonked his head on the plane's low bulkhead
noun

An act or the sound of hitting someone or something.

Usage examples:

Give it a bonk with a hammer

Bonking

bɒŋk

Meanings of Bonking:

verb

Hit or strike (someone or something).

Usage examples:

He bonked his head on the plane's low bulkhead
noun

An act or the sound of hitting someone or something.

Usage examples:

Give it a bonk with a hammer

Bonks

bɒŋk

Meanings of Bonks:

verb

Hit or strike (someone or something).

Usage examples:

He bonked his head on the plane's low bulkhead
noun

An act or the sound of hitting someone or something.

Usage examples:

Give it a bonk with a hammer

Bonne

bɒn

Meanings of Bonne:

noun

A nursemaid or housemaid, typically one who is french.

Bonnes

bɒn

Meanings of Bonnes:

noun

A nursemaid or housemaid, typically one who is french.

Bonnethead

ˈbɒnɪthɛd

Meanings of Bonnethead:

noun

A small hammerhead shark with a relatively narrow rounded head, found in american waters.

Usage examples:

In contrast, the diet of neritic predators such as the bonnethead shark from southwest florida is d…

Meanings of Bonneting:

noun

The action or fact of putting on or wearing a bonnet; the practice of wearing bonnets.

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