Definition of Bonbons

1. Noun. (plural of bonbon) ¹



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Definition of Bonbons

1. bonbon [n] - See also: bonbon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bonbons

bonacon
bonacons
bonafide
bonamani
bonamano
bonamia
bonamias
bonanza
bonanzas
bonasus
bonasuses
bonattite
bonavist
bonbon
bonbons (current term)
bonce
boncer
bonces
boncilate
bond
bond-trading activity
bond angle
bond certificate
bond discount
bond dissociation energy
bond distortion
bond energy
bond for deed
bond for general purposes

Literary usage of Bonbons

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1. The Art of Entertaining by Mary Elizabeth Wilson Sherwood (1892)
"Few ladies, on receiving a box of bonbons from Mail- lards, go into the great question of their antiquity and their manufacture. ..."

2. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1883)
"As the crowd swept by, more than one eye had been arrested by this radiant young creature flinging her flowers and her bonbons with such graceful, ..."

3. The Home Cook Book: A Collection of Practical Receipts by Expert Cooks (1905)
"... bonbons BEFORE attempting this variety of sweets, it is imperative that one master the art of making fondant, which is the basis of all French candies. ..."

4. The Manufacture of Preserved Foods and Sweetmeats: A Handbook of All the by A. Hausner (1902)
"Liqueur bonbons are cast in the shape of bottles without a bottom and with the neck closed. They are then set upright in the holes of a perforated frame, ..."

5. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1896)
"1\^ Ibs. sugar. l£ teaspoon cream of tartar. Break maple sugar in pieces, and add to remaining ingredients. Boil and work same as White Fondant. bonbons. ..."

6. Chemistry in Daily Life: Popular Lectures by Lassar-Cohn (1899)
"bonbons.—Burnt sugar as a colouring material.— Cane sugar.—Bounties on exported sugar.—Saccharin.— The absorption of food.—Common salt.—Iron. ..."

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