Illustration: "The Bonnie Blue Flag that bears a Single Star.
As long as the Union was faithful to her trust, Like friends and like brethren kind were we and just; But now when Northern treachery attempts our rights to mar, We hoist on high the Bonnie Blue Flag that bears a Single Star.
Old Dominion State, With the young Confederacy at length has link'd her fate; Impelled by her example, now other States prepare, To hoist on high the Bonnie Blue Flag that bears a Single Star.
Come, brothers, near and far, Come rally 'round the Bonnie Blue Flag That bears a single star!
Hurrah for the Bonnie White Flag, That ends this cruel war!
Then cheer, boys, raise the joyous shout, For Arkansas and North Carolina now have both gone out; And let another rousing cheer for Tennessee be given, The Single Star of the Bonnie Blue Flag has grown to be Eleven.
He turned from the mirror singing sweetly, "And bright blue was her ee, And for bonnie Annie Laurie I'll lay me doon and dee.
Ond was it for sic a goovernment as ye hae noo, that ye gaed up your bonnie lad to dee?
Ye hae na moontains ond bonnie hills hereaboot," he continued, as he looked from the window upon the low-lying fields and meadows.
Let me kiss you, my lassie, ond touch yourbonnie hair with my auld stiffened fingers.
Bonnie Lesley O SAW ye bonnie Lesley As she gaed o'er the Border?
There cam a knight to be their wooer, By the bonnie milldams o' Binnorie.
And laid her down by thebonnie burn-side, Til they plunder'd the castle of Airlie.
But he scowled when the clerk hurried back to report that Jennings, withBonnie in the biggest automobile, had left for the office almost an hour before.
Bonnie told me she'd call for me with the car at five o'clock.
He would gladly have thrown them all aside rather than have the slightest harm come to his Bonnie; for her mother had died whenBonnie was only a baby, and the little girl was all Bruce had left in the world.
Still clasping Bonnie tightly to him, her father got into the automobile.
Still the mill owner sat before the fire, Bonnie on his knee.
Dixie," followed by "My Maryland" and the "Bonnie Blue Flag.
At twilight two or three bands on the court-house hill and other points began playing Dixie, Bonnie Blue Flag, and so on, and drums began to beat all about; I suppose they were rallying the scattered army.
And, dear, you mustna think of dreary things when you look out upon the snow, for it will be a long time before we see the green grass and the bonnie flowers again," and Graeme sighed.
It makes me think, of how full the air will be of bonnie white angels at the resurrection-day.
But, Graeme, it looks cold and dreary, and all the bonnie flowers are covered in the dark.
My bonnie wee Rosie, what shall I ever do without you?
There are no flowers to be covered now, and the earth is weary with her summer work, and will rest and sleep under the bonnie white snow.
These and several others, like "There Was a Bonnie Lass," could be made into an album of songs that would delight a whole suite of generations.
It was that of John Sevier and the "bonnie Kate," famous to this day for leaping stockades and six-barred fences.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "bonnie" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.