Bonyparty

All Noun
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  • Old Bonyparty's had the best of it; this is his rest and feeding time. Cited from Brownsmith's Boy, by George Manville Fenn
  • Just look how reg'lar old Bonyparty goes along, don't he -- just in the same part of the road? Cited from Brownsmith's Boy, by George Manville Fenn
  • "Why, I was just a-thinking it would be like going off with the old cart and Bonyparty to market, and how you and me went." Cited from Brownsmith's Boy, by George Manville Fenn
  • There were more women than men, by far, for the flower of the peasant youth of England had been drafted off to fight against "Bonyparty." Cited from John Halifax, Gentleman, by Mrs. Craik:Dinah Maria
  • But Bill still engrossed the poor mother's heart -- she could do nothing but weep over him, and curse "Bonyparty." Cited from John Halifax, Gentleman, by Mrs. Craik:Dinah Maria
  • Come, who will serve the king, And strike frog-eating Frenchmen dead, And cut off Bonyparty's head?-- And all that sort of thing. Cited from The Poetical Works of Thomas Hood, by Thomas Hood
  • Well, as soon as the business was pretty near ready at both sides, Bonyparty and the general next undher himself gets up behind a bush, to look at their inimies through spy- glasses, and thry would they know any iv them at the distance. Cited from The Purcell Papers, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  • You may be sure Molly was proud iv that same, though she never spoke a word about it; until at last the news kem home that Billy Malowney was surrounded an' murdered by the Frinch army, under Napoleon Bonyparty himself. Cited from The Purcell Papers, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  • The way it happened, accordin' as the corporal tould him, was jist how the Jook iv Wellington detarmined to fight a rale tarin' battle wid the Frinch, and Bonyparty at the same time was aiqually detarmined to fight the divil's own scrimmidge wid the British foorces. Cited from The Purcell Papers, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu