Definition of Bouning

1. boun [v] - See also: boun



Bouning Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bouning

bounderish
bounders
boundest
boundeth
bounding
boundingly
boundings
boundless
boundlessly
boundlessness
boundlessnesses
boundness
boundnesses
bounds
bouned
bouning (current term)
bouns
bounteous
bounteously
bounteousness
bounteousnesses
bountied
bounties
bountiful
bountifull
bountifuller
bountifully
bountifulness
bountifulnesses
bountihead

Literary usage of Bouning

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1. The Works of Sir William Temple, Bart: To which is Prefixed, the Life and by William Temple (1814)
"... and Monsieur bouning- ham, that the Marquis de Castel-Rodrigo had accepted the truce and suspension of arms proposed some time since by France, ..."

2. Pagan Races of the Malay Peninsula by Walter William Skeat, Charles Otto Blagden (1906)
"... flew by themselves, felling the trees in the neigh. bouning forests, and then returning to the ..."

3. Early Travels in India, 1583-1619 by William Foster (1921)
"But I let passe these neigh.. bouning Indies and returne to Agra, the Moguls roy-all residence. Agra hath not been in fame above fiftie yeeres, being before ..."

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