noun, plural bonnes bouches [bawn boosh] /bɔn ˈbuʃ/. French.
- bonnard, pierre,
- bonne amie,
- bonne femme,
- bonne foi,
- bonne nuit,
Origin of bonne bouche
Examples from the Web for bonne bouche
There was no profusion of unmeaning dishes; each was a bonne-bouche—an undeniable delicacy.Peg Woffington|Charles Reade
In vain we offered to wait whilst he finished his bonne-bouche.Glories of Spain|Charles W. Wood
Stone noted that he made swallowing movements as if he were about to taste a bonne-bouche.Painted Veils|James Huneker
Ferdinand was the bonne-bouche of the family: they used to call him "the Parson!"
It is also stated that these prisoners used to go out early and collect snails as a bonne-bouche for breakfast.The Depot for Prisoners of War at Norman Cross Huntingdonshire|Thomas James Walker