Definition of Bohunks

1. Noun. (plural of bohunk) ¹



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Definition of Bohunks

1. bohunk [n] - See also: bohunk

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bohunks

bohemian
bohemianism
bohemianisms
bohemians
bohemias
bohemium
bohm diffusion
boho
bohos
bohrbug
bohrbugs
bohrium
bohriums
bohs
bohunk
bohunks (current term)
boiar
boiars
boid
boidae
boids
boikin
boikins
boil
boil-wash
boil down
boil off
boil order
boil orders

Literary usage of Bohunks

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1. The Comical History of Montana: A Serious Story for Free People : Being an by Jerre C. Murphy (1912)
"Day after day he lingered, with no hopes of ever rising again, and yet the other bohunks gave little heed to their brother in misfortune, and while each day ..."

2. Vocations for Girls by Mary Augusta Laselle, Katherine Ellis Wiley (1913)
"We don't know no one. I tink I steal. A livin's comin' to me. Else why was we in dis world? Swedish fella says, 'bohunks can live on noting'. ..."

3. Adventure Guide to the Alaska Highway by Ed Readicker-Henderson (2006)
"The official lots weren't the only place undergoing development; nearby was a second townsite for what were referred to as "bohunks" - mostly railway ..."

4. Popular Science Monthly (1906)
"Greece, Poland, Croatia, Bulgaria and Hungary, and Chief-of-Police Rose states that it is among these ' bohunks' (the local term which comprehends these ..."

5. The Immigrant Tide: Its Ebb and Flow by Edward Alfred Steiner (1909)
"... and I once heard the owner of a great industrial establishment call them " bohunks." It was not an ignorant or malicious friend of mine who said of a ..."

6. A Handy Guide for Beggars: Especially Those of the Poetic Fraternity; Being by Vachel Lindsay (1916)
"... and she still looks good in her Sunday clothes.” He became lighter in tone again. “What these bohunks need is a priest and a church to make them behave. ..."

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