bony

[ boh-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF bony

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BONY

He closed his great, bony fist in unspeakable agony at the thought.

I am lean and bony and I've got a beak where I should have a nose.

I looked in vain for the hands and feet of my ideal, large and bony.

He was small and thin, with a bony face, already wrinkled at twenty-seven.

He is a huge, bony Irishman, and somewhat restless in his sleep.

Her bony fingers were loaded with loose rings, and a rosary hung at her wrist.

He washed his bony hands in the air, and looked at his wife again.

Slowly he put a lean arm between us, and took the sheet in his bony claw.

The colonel looked at O'Malley's lank and bony frame and smiled.

I had to get out and be folded in the embrace of two bony arms.

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