a person who lives luxuriously and enjoys good food and drink.
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noun (pl) bons vivants (bɔ̃ vivɑ̃)
a person who enjoys luxuries, esp good food and drink Also called (but not in French) bon viveur (ˌbɒn viːˈvɜː)
(have a) pleasant trip. Historical Examples Aliens William McFee The Four Corners in Japan Amy Ella Blanchard The Whelps of the Wolf George Marsh The Mystery of Lincoln’s Inn Robert Machray sentence substitute a phrase used to wish a traveller a pleasant journey
Bône, the former name of Annaba. Mount, a peak in S Alaska, in the Wrangell Mountains. 16,421 feet (5005 meters). (italics) Latin. (used with a singular verb) good faith; absence of fraud or deceit; the state of being exactly as claims or appearances indicate: The bona fides of this contract is open to question. Compare […]
an ancient Roman goddess of chastity and fertility.
made, done, presented, etc., in good faith; without deception or fraud: a bona fide statement of intent to sell. authentic; true: a bona fide sample of Lincoln’s handwriting. Historical Examples The Affable Stranger Peter McArthur Working With the Working Woman Cornelia Stratton Parker True Stories of Crime From the District Attorney’s Office Arthur Train Otherwise […]