Word Origin for bonham
Examples from the Web for bonham
A group of unseen watercolor fruit studies by Salvador Dalí are going to be auctioned on June 18 at Bonham's in London.
But like Middleton, Bonham Carter, 45, is a champion of homegrown talent, and often chooses British labels.
The next moment Bonham Carter was griping about how Burton's special effects made her less attractive.
"The more and more we've worked together, the more I've worked out how to be with him creatively," Bonham Carter says.
Bonham Carter's youth was overshadowed by her mother's nervous breakdown and her father's disabling stroke.
Bonham was under a continual shelling from long range, by twenty pounders, some reaching as far in the rear as the wagon yard.History of Kershaw's Brigade|D. Augustus Dickert
Its ten miles into Bonham, and I gits in town about daylight.Slave Narratives, Oklahoma|Various
The chief of these is, whether Mr. Bonham will come here, as I have suggested, or rather pressed.The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido|Henry Keppel
“We may fight her or try to escape,” said the captain to Bonham, eyeing the frigate as if he would rather try fighting first.The Grateful Indian|W.H.G. Kingston
They reached the low wall on a run, and found that Bonham was right.The Texan Scouts|Joseph A. Altsheler