bon ton[ bon ton; French bawn tawn ]SEE DEFINITION OF bon ton
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Is my philosophic Plato so soon metamorphosed to a bon ton enamarato?
Always irregular, no issue of the Bon Ton has appeared of late.
Harry's dad owns most of the Bon Ton, but it's Harry who runs it and gives it the pep.
Tell me about your plan for getting a partnership in the Bon Ton.
Minos is a sour old gentleman, without the least smattering of the bon ton, and I am in a fright for you.
The other cousin—who was also the elder—was far too much swamped in bon ton to please Highland lads such as we were.
I was soon able to ape the vapid dictates of those who called themselves the élite and the bon ton.
Neither of these men had the bel air, the bon ton, the je ne scais quoy.
It is not bon ton to be learned, but it is a graceful thing to indicate that you have forgotten a good deal.
Fads for the latest personal accoutrements gripped the Bon Ton in seasonal epidemics.