from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A tunnel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A funnel.
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In the upper side of each keg was fixed a tun-dish, to the under side a stop-cock.
The place was otherwise empty, save for a wooden grating or tun-dish with a hinged lid which was fixed between the rails near the entrance.
If this Jesu's servant will not drink, then tear open his mouth, put a tun-dish therein, and pour down a good draught till the knave cries 'enough!'
Anna Apenborg further deposed, that, looking through the key-hole of the refectory door one day, she spied the wicked witch boring a hole in the wall; in this she placed a tun-dish, and immediately after, a rich stream of cow's milk flowed down into a basin which
A messenger sent a mile to borrow an old broken tun-dish.
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