- From Bundaberg + -y (“diminutive suffix”). (Wiktionary)
““Ted Bundy is one man who so clearly personifies the horror of these twin blights on our societyâ€” serial killing and the Republican Party.”
“Bundy is listed among the missing because his remains were never located to return home.”
“The petition also claims that Sharpe calls Bundy repeatedly and threatens her life.”
“But early in 1965, President Johnson, who proudly called Bundy “my intellectual” but liked to humiliate him by making him give briefings while Johnson sat on the toilet, sent Bundy on a fateful fact-finding trip to Vietnam.”
“Then he ran the name Ted Bundy through the Department of Licensing to get a date of birth.”
“He ran the tags through the Department of Motor Vehicles DMV to get the name Ted Bundy, the make on his car, and his address at the time.”
“They called Bundy and his mate Ned Dawson to help, and it was arranged that Harlow and Crass should stand on the foot because they were the heaviest.”
“Instead, they will be provided with bottles labelled Bundy on tap that can be refilled with water from taps and filtered water fountains on the main street.”
“Gladd frantically looked for the ball to tag Bundy out, but while he searched for the ball, Moe Franklin, who was the on-deck hitter waiting to bat next, picked up Bundy's hand and put it on home plate to score the run.”
“Pre-mixed 'Bundy' and coke is consumed with reckless abandon.”
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all of these are from 7 English
dictionaries and Macquarie dictionary
I havent listed capitalized ones yet
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