1. to have sexual intercourse with.
|Complete Poems (1968) 20: A health to Kate! [...] But the Devil take Hyde, / And the bishop beside / Who made her bone his bone.‘Rhyme to Lisbon’ in Vieth|
|Secrets of Harry Bright (1986) 191: You kin bone your old lady twice.|
|Source Oct. 257: In the middle of bonin’, excuse me, makin’ love to this chick.|
|(con. 1979–80) Brixton Rock (2004) 28: You like Sharion a lot, innit? Or do you just want to bone her?|
|Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nightdress 97: I don’t want her [...] telling Pikey [...] that I boned her.|
|Wire ser. 4 ep. 3 [TV script] Yay! André gonna bone that skank.‘Home Rooms’|
|‘A Bottle of Scotch’ in ThugLit Mar. [ebook] ‘They're too old.’ ‘Not too old for boning’.|
|‘Four Door Coming’ [lyrics] Can’t talk that crud to me when my man’s boning your mum.|
|Squeeze Me 136: ‘You’re just another loser she’s boning’.|
2. to sodomize; also in fig. use.
|Rent Boy 71: He [...] loves getting boned.|
|Triggerfish Twist (2002) 178: The individual has to stop and take a stand and say, ‘I will not be boned up the ass any more!’.|
3. (Aus./US) as euph. for fucked adj.1 cheated, exploited; ruined; beaten, etc.
|Hard Bounce [ebook] Junior said, ‘Dude, we’re boned.’ ‘We’re all right. I don’t think anybody saw us’.|
|Silver [ebook] ‘[W]hy the fuck are you publishing it all over the Fairfax websites? They boned you, remember?’.|
(US black) exhausted, esp. of a man who has just had sex.
|Black Talk 65: boned out [...] Describes a man who has just completed sex with a woman.|
(US) to have sexual intercourse.
|Literary Hub 8 Sept. [Internet] Inevitably, they bone down, until Will tries to choose his wife over Alice before Alice in turn runs away to become super religious.|