Bonypart

All Noun
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  • Not at all, and he was happy to see that I was interested in the Bonypart family. Cited from The Complete Works of Artemus Ward [Browne] Part 1
  • This was Bonypart's cue to work off a long, wan smile, and he smiled accordingly. Cited from The Missing Link, by Edward Dyson
  • We watched him tramp beside the horse till we, as it grew late, Could not tell which was Bonypart and which was Marshall's mate. Cited from In the Days When the World Was Wide, Henry Lawson
  • There you will behold Bonypart, the miraculous, the bone man who has mystified all the doctors and amazed millions. Cited from The Missing Link, by Edward Dyson
  • Bonypart, the Living Skeleton, took the wish-bone with a few shreds of chicken on it. Cited from The Missing Link, by Edward Dyson
  • They found old Bonypart at last, picked clean by hungry crows, But no one knew how Crowbar died -- the soul of Marshall knows! Cited from In the Days When the World Was Wide, Henry Lawson
  • On the salary list Bonypart, the Living Skeleton, was rated at L15 per week. Cited from The Missing Link, by Edward Dyson
  • Finally BONYPART went back on JOSEFEEN, which made Mrs. B. scatter a few buckets of tear drops. Cited from Punchinello, Vol. I, No. 25, September 17, 1870, by Various
  • So away with the gineral, an' he ordhers out the forlorn hope, all' tells the band to play, an' everything else, just as Bonypart desired him. Cited from The Purcell Papers, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  • Bonypart was eating bread and cheese with an avidity which demonstrated the abandonment of all professional instincts. Cited from The Missing Link, by Edward Dyson
  • "That's it -- that's it, t' th' life!" cried Bonypart in amazed admiration. Cited from The Missing Link, by Edward Dyson
  • Yes, Squire BONYPART, your star is the only planet whose eclips has been visible to the naked eye, all over the world, and can be seen without usin' smoked glass. Cited from Punchinello, Vol. I, No. 25, September 17, 1870, by Various
  • She peered into every hole and corner, she examined Bonypart, the Living Skeleton, very closely through her glasses, looking critically at his features, and was equally curious with the monkeys. Cited from The Missing Link, by Edward Dyson
  • He pleaded with Matty, the bone man, appealing artfully to his professional pride, for Bonypart loved to feel in exalted moments that his position as the living skeleton was not insignificant after all. Cited from The Missing Link, by Edward Dyson
  • "You fought with Bonypart, And likewise Tippoo Saib; I name you then with all my heart The Godsire of this babe." Cited from Ballads, by William Makepeace Thackeray
  • "You fought with Bonypart, And likewise Tippoo Saib; I name you then, with all my heart, The Godsire of this babe." Cited from The Humourous Poetry of the English Language
  • HEMPRER of the FRENCH LEWIS NAPOLEON BONYPART, Old Spooney, to be sure-- Between you and me and the old blind oss And the doctor says there ain't no cure. Cited from The Humourous Poetry of the English Language
  • The grate BONYPART was called the Gray Eyed man of Destiny, altho' I don't know what country that is in, as the village of Destiny haint on any of the war maps. Cited from Punchinello, Vol. I, No. 25, September 17, 1870, by Various
  • Bonypart groaned audibly and recovering himself, made another effort to smile, but failed, and sighed hungrily, whereat the younger pupil broke into a dismal wail, and had to be taken out and soothed with lemonade. Cited from The Missing Link, by Edward Dyson
  • "Well, how're yeh likin' th' grip, Nickie?" asked Matty Cann, otherwise Bonypart the living skeleton. Cited from The Missing Link, by Edward Dyson
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