bong[ bong, bawng ]SEE DEFINITION OF bong
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BONG
With sure instinct, Bong turned tail and fled with his young charges away across the grassland.
With startled alacrity Bong withdrew his trunk, but just in time to save it from being mangled.
It was also usual and much appreciated to make him express himself in French: Bong shure, musseur.
He said, after that long, exciting pause—the words are as unforgettable as Canon W.'s "Bong on to him!"
Moreover, thanks to Bong's timely alarm, every one had got out of the way in good season.
If the average man's vocabulary does not run much beyond the five phrases, "Bong jour!"
And so, if you will send the face value as soon as possible, I will say bong jaw, messue.
"Shut up, Bong," said Sir Harry, and then we screamed at the witticism for three hours.
"Bong engfong," replied Monsoon, tapping him familiarly on the head.