Definition for sonny (2 of 3)
Definition for sonny (3 of 3)
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We thought that Sonny was inspiring us and he was out there and responding and sweating and playing his tail off.
When Cosby looked up, he saw that Sonny Stitt, the famed alto sax player, had joined the bandstand.
The answer to that musical question could well be, “For about 70 years before you were born, sonny!”
Pacino—Dad called him “Al”—played Sonny, a desperate guy who robbed a bank in Brooklyn.
The movie was about what happened in the inside of the bank with Sonny and the hostages.
Oh, Sonny Boy, to lose you, to—your little old mother is breaking her heart!Woven with the Ship|Cyrus Townsend Brady
"Not this morning, sonny," answered the other, still with that altogether aggressive taunt in his tone.Told In The Hills|Marah Ellis Ryan
"Never mind, sonny, we'll take that city some time," said the Toyman.Half-Past Seven Stories|Robert Gordon Anderson
“Under the counter, Sonny,” said the groceryman, hardly looking at Bob.Betty Gordon in the Land of Oil|Alice B. Emerson
Had you just as soon tell me why all the crew call me 'Sonny,' when my right name is Sidney?The Light Keepers|James Otis