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Definition of boned



  • "Boned" is also the past tense of bone.

    Last edited on Nov 18 2012. Submitted by Anonymous from Mount Vernon, OH, USA on Jul 26 2009.

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Other terms relating to 'bone':

Definitions include: an extremely skinny person.
Definitions include: to eat food, to have a meal.
Definitions include: euphemism for overweight.
Definitions include: to have sexual intercourse.
Definitions include: completely.
Definitions include: someone who is dense, thick in the head, or just plain stupid.
Definitions include: feces.
Definitions include: a cemetery.
Definitions include: to leave quickly due to fear.
Definitions include: having frequent sex.
Definitions include: of a marijuana smoking device, empty.
Definitions include: semen.
Definitions include: to review prior studies.
Definitions include: to review prior studies.
Definitions include: "dog and bone" is Cockney slang for phone.

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