bonny[ bon-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF bonny
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BONNY
Here be lilies in the cheeks, and not roses such as befit a bonny bride.
Naething but a bonny wee bairnie, whause mither has tint it!
It's no possible he's ever seen the bonny man as I hae seen him!'
The earth-house had no longer any attraction for Steenie: the bonny man was not there; he was risen!
And a scraichin fear grippit me, 'at I was turnin fause to the bonny man.
He's got a bonny son of his own, they're telling me, so what for should he be wanting mine?
"Ey, I shouldn't wonder but this is a bonny paying consarn," he thought.
And yet she is a bonny winsome maid, that I canna cast off.'
Bonny never noticed that she had tears in her soft eyes now.
Never, never had Bonny imagined such a dinner as he ate that day.