Make a slice halfway through a bonbon, and perch on the edge of the glass.
He could not console her with a kiss and a caress, and a bonbon, of course.
If you ask it for pain-killer it will not give you a bonbon.
However, if you think to find there either faro or a bottle of 'bonbon' you are mistaken.
A set of Shakespeare from the Leonard twins, a bonbon dish from Vera.
"Now I think we may go back," said Hildegarde, after her third bonbon.
Capt. Wainwright had been toying with a tin whistle which he had pulled from a bonbon.
Your bonbon dishes may be filled with candied violets and other violet-tinted sweets.
The Russians cut it into inch squares, and serve it as a bonbon.
Arranged along the table should be plates of sandwiches and cakes, bonbon dishes and dishes with salted nuts.
1796, from French bonbon (17c.), childish reduplication of bon "good." Hence, bonbonniere (1818) "a box for sweets."