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boon companion

One's close or closest friend, especially someone with whom one enjoys spending time or sharing activities. My wife and I are also boon companions—we do everything together!
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ace boom-boom

and ace boon-coon
n. one’s good and loyal friend. (Black. Ace boon-coon is not as common as the first entry and is objected to because of coon.) Hey girlfriend, you are my ace boom-boom. Where is my old ace boon-coon, bro?
See also: ace

ace boon-coon

verb
See also: ace

boon

in. to leave the road in a car for the boondocks. Tom has a four-wheel-drive so we can really boon!
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I have no knowledge as to what DM Boon thinks of bribing the National Government, although he seems to think that anyone standing against it is 'disgusting' so maybe he supports it.
Boon is a lethal forward and is also deadly from penalty corners, which might have prompted the new franchise to loosen the purse strings to acquire the Belgian.
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The hearing lasted nearly 150 minutes before Mr Boon and included oral statements by the players, video footage and cross-examination of the witnesses by Kendrah Potts, counsel representing the ECB, and Jonathan Ellis, who represented Jadeja.
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Andrew was clear in his assessment that Merv had been a good selector and a strong contributor around the selection table, but that Cox, Boon and Chappell were the better options to continue on the NSP.
Mr Boon said: "We want to provide good service and good food, especially for corporate clients.
Boons are also enslaved females who occasionally castrate their rapist male owners (although the Professor's boon, named Ruthie, sticks to writing nonsense poetry).
Mills and Boon, a publisher of romance novels, is to rebrand the covers of its books with a 1970s style retro-theme.
Bernstein should not lend Boon Huat the money as it is not a small sum.
Paul Boon said at the annual congress of the European Federation of Neurological Societies.