from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A lump or piece. Compare nunc.
- n. A slight repast; a lunch or luncheon, Compare nuncheon.
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Then work till five, then a _nunch_ and a quart of ale.
But three days after, William Privett was mowing with John Chiles in Mr. Hardcome's meadow, and in the heat of the day they sat down to eat their bit o 'nunch under a tree, and empty their flagon.
There was one for you that ne’er would nunch with good
Chiles in Mr. Hardcome’s meadow, and in the heat of the day they sat down to eat their bit o’ nunch under a tree, and empty their flagon.
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