Definition of Bonifaces

1. Noun. (plural of boniface) ¹



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Definition of Bonifaces

1. boniface [n] - See also: boniface

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bonifaces

bongwater
bonheur
bonheur du jour
bonheurs du jour
bonhomie
bonhomies
bonhomous
boniato
boniatos
bonibell
bonibells
bonie
bonier
boniest
boniface
bonifaces (current term)
bonification
bonifications
bonified
boniform
bonify
bonifying
boniness
boninesses
boning
boning up
bonings
bonism
bonisms
bonist

Literary usage of Bonifaces

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1. Wonders and Curiosities of the Railway; Or, Stories of the Locomotive in by William Sloane Kennedy (1884)
"Only a few acrid old fanatics rejoiced in the approaching downfall of the bonifaces. It is reported that a certain French archbishop declared that railways ..."

2. A Preliminary Treatise on Evidence at the Common Law by James Bradley Thayer (1898)
"Although there are not two bonifaces in every book, if there be two ... Just so there are two bonifaces, and the printed calendar proves it. Wherefore, etc. ..."

3. The History of the Popes: From the Foundation of the See of Rome to the by Archibald Bower (1766)
"... and Sciarra, all Three bonifaces moft fl"f,™Sf[at bitter Enemies, ... that the People of Anagni took many of bonifaces Enemies, and among the Reft his ..."

4. Modern Battles of Trenton by William Edgar Sackett (1914)
"... between the Atlantic City bonifaces and the State liquor dealers' associations. The Royal Arch of this seacoast town had set itself up as their rival. ..."

5. Some After Dinner Speeches by William Malcohm Bunn (1908)
"Yet, how the weary have rested under the soothing care of our bonifaces! ... There is one thing, however, s connected with our bonifaces that has always ..."

6. George Eliot's Works by George Eliot (1893)
"Mr. Chubb was a remarkable publican ; none of your stock bonifaces, red, bloated, jolly, and joking. He was thin and sallow, and was never, as his constant ..."

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