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- n. alternative spelling of bonbon.
“Although, I must admit that Ricky Martin's bon-bon shaking was a huge incentive for tuning in.”
“I was more than willing to engage in a dialogue about the sign's ideas, such as ending "Corporate Personhood," in exchange for a free bon-bon.”
“Dan Bacalzo of Theatermania said, "The secret word is" fun, "and there's a lot of it to be had in this campy 90-minute bon-bon which caters to audience nostalgia.”
“And if you're good to me, dear readers, I may just send you a bon-bon.”
“The result is a spicy bon-bon of a book, alternately compelling, contradictory, and provocative.”
“One bon-bon is "Spinning Caesar's murder", a book review by Mary Beard, who is a mavin on the era.”
“Micah L. Sifry | December 14, 2009 - 5: 35pm | Email This! spicy bon-bon of a book, alternately compelling, contradictory, and provocative.”
“In my loopier moments, I imagine that had it been Paris instead of India, I might have poisoned my mauler with a savage bon-bon, or sicked my poofy Bichon Frise on him, or stabbed him with a barrette-something pointy and au courant.”
“We sometimes start screaming at complete strangers if they so much as drop a bon-bon wrapper on the street.”
“With hips this flexible and teeth this white (and the music, of course), he will likely inspire a second round of bon-bon shaking.”
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Go for it, brothers and sisters! I personally have been suffering long for lack of an open reduplicatives list
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