Here, alas, a covetous rat made a bonne bouche of the bon mot—perhaps it is as well!
Are there not—the bonne bouche comes at last—priests and deacons?
Many other insects, highly repugnant to the European, are a bonne bouche for the natives.
Our itinerary is now approaching its conclusion, yet we shall finish with a bonne bouche.
It was the one bonne bouche of all the good things he would eventually learn to eat—the spring beauty.
I had promised myself to go there, as one promises oneself a bonne bouche to finish a happy banquet.
That was the bonne bouche of it all, for themselves and for the others.
He had killed a Frenchman himself, and carried his thighs and legs many miles as a bonne bouche for his friends at home at the pa.
The cigarillo is smoked slowly, the last whiff being the bonne bouche, the breast, la pechuga.
One last and most essential word I have reserved for the end as a bonne bouche.