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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bonify.
“Of course she's right. but isn't "bonified" a wonderful invention?”
“Not to say that appearance is the only thing that matterz, but Match has some real, bonified, nonjewish, tall, hottie pattotties.”
“At this point, the only thing that will change anything is a bonified miracle of the highest kind.”
“It amazes me what the art community will accept as bonified art.”
“My father, a 52-year-old bonified curmudgeon, has not viewed any movie trailer in the last ten years with anything other than codified disinterest.”
“I saw the news on the weekend prior to this report, but I wanted to find another source, an actual PR report from an actual bonified news source and not a Facebook page, even if it does declare itself the “The Official Page.””
“Now, these thoughts might not equate to the opinions of other complete strangers operating under the aegis of a bonified periodical, but hey, you take what you can get.”
“Usage: "Before the chicken could be preboned, it had to be bonified.”
“After that comment where she needlessly added McCain into her criticism of Obama, I now believe her to be a bonified Republicrat.”
“Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda and Parton took second place at the box office for 1980, and helped to launch Parton as a bonified cross-over talent with the film's breakout theme song, Parton, writer”
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