honeybunch

[huhn-ee-buhnch]
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Origin of honeybunch

First recorded in 1900–05; honey + bunch
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Examples from the Web for honeybunch

Historical Examples of honeybunch

  • Used to call her Honeybunch, I remember, and she called him Doodums.

    Old Gorgon Graham

    George Horace Lorimer

  • You wouldn't deceive your Honeybunch, would you, Duckie Doodums?

    Old Gorgon Graham

    George Horace Lorimer

  • "Now, I am glad you have come down, honeybunch," she exclaimed at sight of me.

    The Golden Bird

    Maria Thompson Daviess

  • Honeybunch was a good girl, but she was as strong as a six-mule team, and a cautious man just naturally shied away from her.

    Old Gorgon Graham

    George Horace Lorimer

  • Honeybunch smelt his breath and then she smelt a mouse, but she wasn't much of a talker and she didn't ask any questions—of him.

    Old Gorgon Graham

    George Horace Lorimer


British Dictionary definitions for honeybunch

honeybunch

honeybun (ˈhʌnɪˌbʌn)

noun
  1. informal, mainly US honey; darling: a term of endearment
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