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bone meal bones that have been coarsely ground, used as fertilizer and animal feed.
bone of contention an issue or matter that causes or is the focus of disagreement.
boner a stupid or foolish error; blunder.
boneset any of various plants of eastern North America that bear broad, flat clusters of small white flowers, used in folk medicine for their supposed healing qualities; thoroughwort.
bone white a yellowish or grayish white color.
bonfire a large, outdoor fire, often made for entertainment or warmth.
bong1 the sound made by a large bell or gong. [2 definitions]
bong2 a water pipe used for smoking marijuana or other narcotics.
bongo1 an African antelope that is reddish brown with white stripes and has spiral-shaped horns.
bongo2 one of a set of two small, connected drums, usu. tuned to different pitches, and played with the fingers.
bonhomie genial disposition or attitude; affability.
bonito any of various ocean fishes of the mackerel family, resembling the tuna and taken for food or game.
bonjour (French) good day or good morning; hello.
bonk to strike (the head) with a hollow sound. [3 definitions]
bon mot a particularly apt or witty word or expression.
Bonn the former capital of West Germany.
bonnet a traditional women's cloth hat with a brim and fastened beneath the chin with ribbons, now worn primarily by infants. [6 definitions]
bonobo any of a species of highly intelligent African ape related to but smaller than the chimpanzee and exhibiting various human-like behaviors. The bonobo's habitat in the wild is limited to an area within the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
bonsai a dwarf tree, made small and shaped by various pruning techniques. [2 definitions]
bonsoir (French) good evening (used as a greeting or farewell).
bonus a donation or payment in excess of what is required, usu. as a reward for exceeding the terms of a contract. [3 definitions]