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  • And when ye had the carcas eaten, the fethers ye out flunge

    Gammer Gurton's Needle

  • Petition: I saw the video clipping where one of the goons who was in front of a girl who was trying to escape the wrath of these hooligans, held by her hair by this goon and flunge to the ground.

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  • v., To fly or be flung out with sudden impetus (cf. fly, lunge).

    Hellooo; am still out-of-town 'til Monday.

    September 28, 2008