[ UK /bˈɒns/ ]
  1. informal terms for a human head
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How To Use bonce In A Sentence

  • Go to a rally without permission and you get a whack on the bonce. Vladimir Putin says 'unsanctioned' protesters can expect police brutality
  • I particularly like the second picture, ‘During Therapy’, where Shane appears to have a small Star Wars Skimmer balanced on his bonce.
  • Weeee, that flying fish innard hit Cotton right on the bonce. I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here 2011: launch night liveblog
  • They may, but they may equally take into consideration the previous of a man whose formative years were spent "defending himself" in an era when punches on the bonce were a dime a dozen. Sport news, comment and results |
  • I stand back and scratch me bonce, £425 for this, is that right?
  • The gallery steps are a popular gathering point for local youths and the statue of the Iron Duke usually has a traffic cone on its bonce.
  • This with that thing, fez by name, on his bonce, embroidery and sequins sparking in the light. PROSPECT HILL
  • The only instant judgment I can make is whether the ball is heading straight for my bonce.
  • That free-kick came a long, long way before it engaged Bouma's bonce, and the marking was pitiful.
  • Swann appeals for bonce before wicket, but there's nothing doing. England v Pakistan – as it happened
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