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bon·y / ˈbōnē/ • adj. (bon·i·er , bon·i·est ) of or like bone: the bony plates that protect turtles and tortoises. ∎  (of a person or part of the body) so thin that the bones are prominent: he held up his bony fingers. ∎  (of a fish eaten as food) having many bones. DERIVATIVES: bon·i·ness n.

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