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bone

1. verb, vulgar slang To have sexual intercourse. I can't believe you two boned last night!
2. noun, vulgar slang The penis. You need to keep your bone in your pants and stop sleeping with random girls!
3. noun, vulgar slang An erection. I got a bone while daydreaming in math class today—it was so embarrassing!
4. The trombone. I used to play the bone in the marching band in high school.

bone

verb
See boner

bone

1. n. a trombone. (see also bones.) She plays the bone like nobody’s business.
2. Go to boner.

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.
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