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  • n. Plural form of honey.


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  • La Cerreta -- with million-dollar hill views out its back window -- sells its own label honeys, pâtés, and chestnut creams, and offers woven baskets piled with forest fruits I'd never seen, including one that looked like a red olive and tasted something like a date.

    The Other Tuscany

  • ATOMIC DOG brought out the "dog line", as hot honeys from the crowd crowded the stage!!

    View from the Northern Border

  • And by the way, if you’re rolling in honeys as you claim why are you having to resist the urge to fap and drink alone?

    pink golfer | My[confined]Space

  • G & L Bonfante were no doubt aware of the grave problem when they abandoned the expected value of *'honeys' based on their very own grammatical sketch for the ad hoc ammendment 'full of inebriating drink'.

    Missing honey

  • Despite the mansion, the horses and a pedigree that probably reached back a hundred years before the Civil War, she'd bet he was one of the good old boys who thought of women as "honeys" and

    Only You

  • She added: "It can sometimes be hard because Hollyoaks is seen as a 'honeys' show and I'm playing the complete opposite, but I wouldn't have it any other way."

    All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News

  • They also sell bee-related products such as honeys, beeswax candles, soaps, and the like.

    The Kitchn

  • When people on this site smell blood on a Sunday, adults trot out the condescending "honeys," and self-descriptions like this appear:

    Popular Posts Across MetaFilter

  • Mosier named her pet-sitting business Honey's Pets and Pals Service because she regarded her clientele of snakes, rabbits, birds, dogs and cats as her "honeys," she said in a 2004 interview.

    The Daily News - News

  • One of the most famous 'honeys' was IRA spy Rosena Brown, who allegedly used her charms to befriend senior prison officer John Christopher Hanna, who became infatuated by her and passed information about a colleague who was murdered by the IRA.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed


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