Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of dun.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "dunned" for half-a-year's board, though that would have been no new item in his well-patched-up experience.

    Honor Edgeworth Ottawa's Present Tense

  • She sounded like she was repeating something that had been dunned into her again and again, and seemed bamboozled over that bit of pink stone!

    The Pink Dress

  • He left India in 1971 to attend Harvard and join McKinsey, where ethics are dunned into employees as "The Firm Code."

    Great, Good and Guilty?

  • That's when employers, larger employers will have to either if they don't offer coverage, then they will be dunned if you end up buying your coverage from one of these exchanges.

    Understanding The Latest Health Care Changes

  • Some authors, like Erasmus dunned a large number of patrons for every book.

    What does this make the future look like?

  • Better, if possible, for banks to bear the costs of their own risks up front than to persist with a system in which taxpayers are periodically dunned for the cost of the banking system's failures.

    Banking on Failure

  • I read actual books see ... and if I weren't an independant thinker, I'd likely still be a motherfriekin 'mormon (may their "temples" burn, may they loose their tax status and be dunned for many decades of back taxes ... that would pay off the deficit!)

    Tom McIntyre Explains His Picks for our 2009 Hunting and Fishing Heroes and Villians Face-Off

  • And all of them are united in the conviction that someone else should be dunned to pay for their policy priorities, or listening or viewing preferences.

    The Trouble With Auntie

  • Rick Reinhard Michael Graetz What's more, much of the money that the very wealthy leave behind hasn't been heavily dunned by income taxes.

    It's Fair, and We Need the Revenue

  • We did that job for Richard Worth, and he was so eager for it that he put good silver money in my hand—a rare thing for him, who usually must be billed and then dunned for weeks until he pays the bill.

    The Secret of the Sealed Room

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