American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- CapeBon A peninsula of northeast Tunisia extending into the Mediterranean Sea across from Sicily.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Obsolete form of bone.
- n. Obsolete form of boon.
- Obsolete form of boon.
- Good: a French word occurring in several phrases familiar in English, but not Anglicized, as bon mot, bon ton, bon vivant, etc.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Good; valid as security for something.
“The name Bon Iver came from the French words for "good winter" bon hiver , a season Mr. Vernon likes.”
“At a packed Tower Theater, on the outskirts of Philadelphia, the Wisconsin singer-songwriter, who performs under the name Bon Iver, reimagined his solitary odes to heartbreak as fully orchestrated pop anthems.”
“Between Justin Vernon's nominations for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best New Artist, at least three people are going to have to read the name "Bon Iver" aloud.”
“Formerly a caterer from Michigan, Denay was featured in Bon AppÃ©tit magazine and is an active member of the International Culinary Professionals Association (ICPA), Slow Food (Triangle Chapter), and Southern Foodways Alliance, an organization dedicated to keeping the diverse food cultures of the American South alive.”
“ÂWhat is she doing in Bon Temps and why does she want Sookie and Sam dead?”
“This recipe is one I put together after seeing a recipe in Bon Appetit a few years ago where the noodles were not precooked before adding them to the casserole dish.”
“HMMM … will there be a shortage of Tru Blood in Bon Temps, LA this season because of all the demand from both werewolves AND vampires?”
“The new Midtown location of Korean fried chicken chain Bon Chon is opening right now on 38th St.btw. 7+8th.”
“To help set the mood, I brought in Bon Jovi's "Slippery When Wet.”
“The team had been 15 miles north of Port-au-Prince, in Bon Repos, Senior Pastor Frank Fowler said on the church's website.”
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