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  • v. Present participle of bong.


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  • I have one of the original 20 "aluminium iMac's so it's about a year and a half old now, and just recently the computer would wake from sleep and start making this continual 'bonging' sound.

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  • The distinctive "L&O" bonging ta-da sound had been added, as had the familiar character of Deputy District Attorney Connie Rubirosa Alana De La Garza, last seen back on the original "Law & Order."

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  • Before I could chicken out, and with my heart bonging away like an Indian drum, I walked up the curving steps to the front door.


  • Republicans, meanwhile, fear angering a socially conservative base of voters all too eager to forget its beer-bonging college days.

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  • With a great bonging noise, Mold Man struck the water tower.


  • Without the Alliance giving us the good word, I'm sure the elderly would be bonging Colombian Gold, smoking Winston's, and drinking Val-U-Rite vodka right from the bottle.

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  • As soon as I stepped from the jetway, I was confronted by a phalanx of slot machines blinking and bonging like a Swiss Christmas.

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  • Furthermore, I also rarely partake in any beer bonging, not because my college friends and I built a two-story beer bong and my roommate Nick pounded two full pitchers of beer with it and immediately threw up eleven times before the beer could ever begin to affect his body, but by CHOICE.

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  • The opening of the doors should be accompanied by a soft bonging, followed by a lush female voice, at once intimate and aloof, urging one to step smartly inside.

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  • I like bonging a Tibetan singing bowl, lighting candles, drumming and the like for cleansing as I have a sensitivity to heavy sage-ing.

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