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bone

1. verb, rude slang To have sexual intercourse. I can't believe you two boned last night!
2. noun, rude slang The penis. You need to keep your bone in your pants and stop sleeping with random girls!
3. noun, rude slang An erection. I always get a bone when I see that pretty girl at school—it's so embarrassing!
4. The trombone. I used to play the bone in the marching band, can you believe it?

bones

1. n. dice. (See additional forms at bone.) Toss me the bones and get out your checkbooks.
2. n. a nickname for a ship’s physician. (From sawbones. Also the nickname of the doctor on the starship Enterprise of Star Trek fame.) This fat bones actually wanted me to lose weight.
3. n. a nickname for a skinny person. (Also a term of address.) Ask bones there what he wants to drink.
4. n. dollars; money; cash. The tickets only cost a few bones, but the play was lousy and I want my money back.
See also: bone
References in classic literature ?
Upon the last sheet was a roughly drawn map with numerous reference points marked upon it, all unintelligible to Tarzan, who, after a brief examination of the papers, returned them to their metal case, replaced the top and was about to toss the little cylinder to the ground beside the mute remains of its former possessor when some whim of curiosity unsatisfied prompted him to slip it into the quiver with his arrows, though as he did so it was with the grim thought that possibly centuries hence it might again come to the sight of man beside his own bleached bones.
He thought I had been kind to him, and said to a fellow-student of mine, 'Tell the Doctor I lave him me bones, for I've nothing else in the wide world, and I'll nos be wanting 'em at all, at all, when the great pain hat kilt me entirely.
Against the new masonry I re-erected the old rampart of bones.
2) Most of these tumors arise unilaterally in the skull and femoral bones.
What we have not heard as much about are HIV-related bone disturbances, but these are well-documented in the clinical literature.
The first step often is literally stumbling across bones that have eroded from a hillside.
2001) reported contiguous inhomogeneities in the distribution of Pb toward the proximal and distal ends of the tibia bones.
Abstract: Osteoporosis is a crippling condition that often results in premature mortality and significant morbidity that is manifested in the form of fractures, bone deformity, and pain.
Today, at 76, after more than a decade of treatment with medication and lifestyle changes to make her bones healthier, she proudly states the fact that she hasn't had any more fractures and that her bone density has increased three percent.
There is reason to everything Skull and Bones does; its headquarters, program, and rituals have all been carefully calibrated to cultivate its power by essentially training its members," writes Robbins.
Bones are constantly undergoing remodeling, a complex process that balances two forces--resorption and replacement.
The spine is a column of 26 bones that extend in a line from the base of the skull to the pelvis (see fig.
Running benefits bones only up to a point of diminishing returns.