Words containing bon
3 letter words containing bon
- bon — an annual festival celebrated by Japanese Buddhists
4 letter words containing bon
- bona — (italics) Latin. (used with a singular verb) good faith; absence of fraud or deceit; the state of being exactly as claims or appearances indicate: The bona fides of this contract is open to question. Compare mala fides.
- bond — A bond between people is a strong feeling of friendship, love, or shared beliefs and experiences that unites them.
- bone — Your bones are the hard parts inside your body which together form your skeleton.
- bong — A bong is a long, deep sound such as the sound made by a big bell.
- bonk — If two people bonk, they have sexual intercourse.
5 letter words containing bon
- ambon — an island in Indonesia, in the Moluccas. Capital: Amboina. Area: 1000 sq km (386 sq miles)
- bonce — Your bonce is your head.
- bondi — Sir Hermann. 1919–2005, British mathematician and cosmologist, born in Austria; joint originator (with Sir Fred Hoyle and Thomas Gold) of the steady-state theory of the universe
- bonds — Barry (Lamar). born 1964, US baseball player: holder of records for most home runs in a season (73) and a career (762)
- boned — having had the bones removed from it
6 letter words containing bon
- -boned — -boned combines with adjectives such as 'big' and 'fine' to form adjectives which describe a person as having a particular type of bone structure or build.
- bonaci — a name for the black grouper fish (Mycteroperca bonaci), also used for various similar species
- bonbon — a sweet
- bonded — A bonded company has entered into a legal agreement which offers its customers some protection if the company does not fulfil its contract with them.
- bonder — a long stone or brick laid in a wall as a header
7 letter words containing bon
- armbone — (anatomy) A bone in the arm, specifically, the humerus.
- audubon — John James. 1785–1851, US naturalist and artist, noted particularly for his paintings of birds in Birds of America (1827–38)
- bonaire — an island in the S Caribbean, part of the Netherlands Antilles until their dissolution in 2010, now a special municipality of the Netherlands: one of the Leeward Islands. Chief town: Kralendijk. Pop: 11 537 (2007 est). Area: about 288 sq km (111 sq miles)
- bonamia — a parasite (Bonamia ostreae) which causes the disease bonamiasis in oysters
- bonanza — You can refer to a sudden great increase in wealth, success, or luck as a bonanza.
8 letter words containing bon
- ambonese — a native or inhabitant of Ambon.
- backbond — a legal document qualifying the terms of a bond or explaining the purpose for which a bond has been granted
- backbone — Your backbone is the column of small linked bones down the middle of your back.
- bailbond — a document in which a prisoner and one or more sureties guarantee that the prisoner will attend the court hearing of the charge against him if he is released on bail
- barebone — a very thin person whose bones show through the skin
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- asciibonics — (chat) (From ASCII and Ebonics) A style of text communication in English which is most common on talk systems such as irc. Its notable characteristics are: Typing all in lowercase (and occasionally all in uppercase). Copious use of abbreviations of the sort "u" for "you" "1" for "one" (and therefore "some1" for "someone", "ne1" for "anyone"), "2" for "to", "r" for "are", etc. A general lack of punctuation, except for strings of question marks and exclamation marks. Common use of the idiom "m or f?", meant to elicit a statement of the listener's gender. Typical extended discourse in ASCIIbonics: "hey wasup ne1 want 2 cyber?" "m or f?" ASCIIbonics is similar to the way B1FF talked, although B1FF used more punctuation (lots more), and used all uppercase, rather than all lowercase. What's more, B1FF was only interested in warez, and so never asked "m or f?". It has been widely observed that some of the purest examples of ASCIIbonics come from non-native speakers of English. The phenomenon of ASCIIbonics predates by several years the use of the word "ASCIIbonics", as the word could only have been coined in or after late 1996, when "Ebonics" was first used in the US media to denote the US English dialects known in the linguistic literature as "Black Vernacular English".
- bicarbonate — a salt of carbonic acid containing the ion HCO3–; an acid carbonate
- blue-ribbon — of superior quality or prominence; first-rate; specially selected: a blue-ribbon committee of fund-raisers.
- bonapartism — a political system resembling the rules of the Bonapartes, esp Napoleon I and Napoleon III: centralized government by a military dictator, who enjoys popular support given expression in plebiscites
- bonapartist — an adherent of the Bonapartes or their policies.
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13 letter words containing bon
- bone-chilling — extremely cold
- bone-crushing — powerful or constricting enough to crush one's bones: a bone-crushing handshake.
- carbon-tissue — paper faced with a preparation of carbon or other material, used between two sheets of plain paper in order to reproduce on the lower sheet that which is written or typed on the upper.
- carbonatation — saturation or reaction with carbon dioxide.
- carboniferous — yielding coal or carbon
14 letter words containing bon
- blanco-fombona — Rufino [roo-fee-naw] /ruˈfi nɔ/ (Show IPA), 1874–1944, Venezuelan author.
- bonded-whiskey — something that binds, fastens, confines, or holds together.
- carbon-neutral — pertaining to or having achieved a state in which the net amount of carbon dioxide or other carbon compounds emitted into the atmosphere is reduced to zero because it is balanced by actions to reduce or offset these emissions: Since the administration installed solar panels, the campus has become carbon neutral; a carbon-neutral brewery.
- ribbon-cutting — a ceremony marking the official opening of a site, the commencement of its construction, etc., typically involving the cutting of a ribbon suspended as across an entrance
- ribonucleoside — a ribonucleotide precursor that contains ribose and a purine or pyrimidine base.
15 letter words containing bon
- bonheur-du-jour — a delicate fall-front desk of the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
- hype-carbonated — (of a product or service) overvalued as a result of relentless marketing and PR or intensive media exposure
- perfluorocarbon — a fluorocarbon consisting only of fluorine and carbon atoms
- ribonucleotides — an ester, composed of a ribonucleoside and phosphoric acid, that is a constituent of ribonucleic acid.
- sesquicarbonate — a salt intermediate in composition between a carbonate and a bicarbonate or consisting of the two combined.
16 letter words containing bon
- azodicarbonamide — (chemistry) An organic chemical, a yellow to orange red, odorless, crystalline powder, used in food industry as a food additive, a flour bleaching agent and improving agent and in foaming plastics.
- bred-in-the-bone — firmly instilled or established as if by heredity: the bred-in-the-bone integrity of the school's headmaster.
- deoxyribonucleic — (genetics) Of or pertaining to deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) or its derivatives.
17 letter words containing bon
- deoxyribonuclease — DNase.
- desoxyribonucleic — Alternative spelling of deoxyribonucleic.
- hydrofluorocarbon — Any of a class of partly chlorinated and fluorinated hydrocarbons, used as an alternative to chlorofluorocarbons in foam production, refrigeration, and other processes.
- ribonucleoprotein — a substance composed of RNA in close association with protein; a nucleoprotein containing RNA. Abbreviation: RNP.
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- deoxyribonucleotides — Plural form of deoxyribonucleotide.
22 letter words containing bon
- deoxyribonucleoprotein — any of a class of nucleoproteins that yield DNA upon partial hydrolysis.
23 letter words containing bon
- fluorochlorohydrocarbon — (organic chemistry) Any compound formally derived from a hydrocarbon by replacing some hydrogen atoms with fluorine and some with chlorine (at least one being retained).
- hydrochlorofluorocarbon — Any of a class of inert compounds of carbon, hydrogen, hydrocarbons, chlorine, and fluorine, used in place of chlorofluorocarbons as being somewhat less destructive to the ozone layer.
24 letter words containing bon
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