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Alternative clues for the word bong
Large bell sound
Deep bell sound
Large bell's sound
Big bell sound
Signal at a pagoda, maybe
Sound from Big Ben
Sound made by Big Ben
Big Ben sound
Big Ben's sound
Word definitions for bong in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS ▪ Alistair sighed and handed me the bong for another deep hit of Michoacan grass. ▪ As bong as we avoided the real subject, the spell would not be broken. ▪ Firebug picked up his bong and took a hit. ▪ He even took his goddamn...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. 1 A clang of a large bell. 2 Door bell chimes. vb. 1 to pull a bell. 2 to ring a doorbell. Etymology 2 n. 1 A vessel, usually made of glass or ceramic and filled with water, used in smoking various substances; especially marijuana or pot....
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"water pipe for marijuana," 1960s, U.S. slang, said to have been introduced by Vietnam War veterans, said to be from Thai baung , literally "cylindrical wooden tube."
Word definitions in WordNet
v. ring loudly and deeply; "the big bell bonged"
Word definitions in Wikipedia
A bong (also water pipe , billy , bing , or moof ) is a filtration device generally used for smoking cannabis , tobacco , or other herbal substances. In the bong shown in the photo, the gas flows from the lower port on the left to the upper port on the...
Usage examples of bong.
As soon as Bong reached the corridor, he broke into a sprint toward the main gate, two hundred meters away.
Then Bong stopped wondering about the wheres and started thinking about the whys of tanks at the gate.
He looked to his sides, taking in the size and might of his tank battalion, then back at Bong and the lone PFC standing behind him.
He pointed at Waste-oid, hiding the bong behind him and holding a toke.
The bong was half a meter tall and had a weighted base covered in soft false suede.
One of the big girls carried an old-type Graphix bong and a Glad Cinch-Sak kitchen-can bag.
September, 1944, the Allies made an advance on Belfort, and Professor Hirt ordered Bong and Heir Maier to cut up these bodies and have them burned in the crematory .
Afterward there was dancing, even an improvised bong dance with a kettle instead of the steel drum, which His Majesty joined but Her Majesty disdained.
Porter Square, Cambridge because whenever he finished the last of the substances on hand he always threw out all his bongs and pipes, screens and tubes and rolling papers and roach clips, lighters and Visine and Pepto-Bismol and cookies and frosting, to eliminate all future temptation.
Bridget Boone, in whose room a lot of the 16 and Unders used to congregate before lights-out, invited me to consider a couple of late-night bongs, as a kind of psychodysleptic Sominex, to help me sleep, perhaps, finally, all the way through a really unpleasant dream that had been recurring nightly and waking me up in medias for weeks and was beginning to grind me down and to cause some slight deterioration in performance and rank.
Bing off various parts of the naked body of, and still find pounding beers and doing bongs and lines fun and get to have fun on a nightly after-work basis, cranking the tunes out into the neighborhood air.
The Cadi undoubtedly was more at home with reminiscences of nights at the Queensland Club and moonlight picnics at lovely Humpy Bong and champagne spreads in a Government launch than at dispensing law in the Carpentaria district.
Mine been think, suppose pituri long-a tea, then Massa Bedo and Murnian drink when come back and sleep--altogether like-it that fellow bong.
It was Sammy Bong, an out-of-work chopsocky actor running around the TM backlot in a polyurethane-and-foam-rubber anamatronic Terrapin costume.
They were well stocked with gorp, bongs, pipes, vials of amyl nitrate, but understocked on towels, underwear, toothpaste.