boncer

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boncer ‎(comparative more boncer, superlative most boncer)

  1. (Australia, New Zealand) Remarkable; wonderful.
    • 1918, Katherine Mansfield, Prelude, in 1920, Bliss, and Other Stories, republished 2006 [1945], Collected Stories of Katherine Mansfield, page 29,
      The Trout boys had often spent the day with the Burnells in town, but now that they lived in this fine house and boncer garden they were inclined to be very friendly.

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