If you ask it for pain-killer it will not give you a bonbon.
A set of Shakespeare from the Leonard twins, a bonbon dish from Vera.
Capt. Wainwright had been toying with a tin whistle which he had pulled from a bonbon.
"Now I think we may go back," said Hildegarde, after her third bonbon.
The bonbon dishes and all the glasses were of Venetian and Bohemian glass.
The Russians cut it into inch squares, and serve it as a bonbon.
And this indeed is the only kind of bonbon to be had in Rotterdam.
The princess, said Prue, as plainly as she could, considering the size of the bonbon which she was eating.
He could not console her with a kiss and a caress, and a bonbon, of course.
Also Ponomarev produced a bottle of French stuff which he calls 'Bonbon.'