Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An Anglo-Indian term peculiar to Bombay, denoting a servant of the low class of sweepers: equivalent to mehtar, a scavenger in Bengal.
“Also the boat McBride calls a Bungy (as in bungy cord) is spelled pungee and Pete Lesher of CBMM should have clarified that point.”
“Being a skilled Tarpenter I alway use bungy cords to hold down tarps when setting up our hunting camps, they give enough to keep tarps from ripping with the wind, and they self tighten.”
“The other end goes to a bungy cord that is attached to a stake I push into the mud.”
“Does anyone remember when they offered bungy jumping off of cranes.”
“At the maximum speed, it feels almost like bungy jumping.”
“But no ... you won't see photos of dolphins and bungy jump this time.”
“I saw out the last year facing a bungy fear and I going to use 2010 conquering the fear of getting my writing into the public domain.”
“He strapped the six-packs to his shell with a bungy cord.”
“If your dream is to become a record-breaking bungy jumper, do it now.”
“One of them is to do a bungy jump from Auckland Sky Tower.”
Looking for tweets for bungy.