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  • n. Alternative form of Bungi.


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  • Also the boat McBride calls a Bungy (as in bungy cord) is spelled pungee and Pete Lesher of CBMM should have clarified that point.

    Reader reviews of Song Yet Sung by James McBride.

  • Bungy jumping is only one of many wonderful memories.

    velleite - French Word-A-Day

  • Similarly, if Dmitri says that ˜Bungy-jumping is good™ what he says won't be true, since really it is in the optative mood, but if he says it sincerely, it will be true that Bungy-jumping is good in Dmitri's opinion, or good-according-to-Dmitri.

    Russell's Moral Philosophy

  • Bungy, who lives at the Five Feathers in Barnsley, has learned to water ski!

    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

  • Harry closed his eyes against the now blazing evening sky as the newsreader said, '- and finally, Bungy the budgie has found a novel way of keeping cool this summer.

    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

  • Perhaps the only creature awake about the house or on the plantation, was Bungy the great watch dog, who, released from the chain that bound him during the day, was going his rounds keeping guard over his master's property.

    Elsie's Motherhood

  • So light was the tread of the little bare feet, that Bungy did not hear it, nor was Bruno, sleeping on the veranda, aroused.

    Elsie's Motherhood

  • This probably furnished a foundation for the tale of Friar Bacon and Friar Bungy, which was one of the earliest productions to which the art of printing was applied in England.

    Lives of the Necromancers

  • Thus the experiment of friar Bacon and friar Bungy came to nothing.

    Lives of the Necromancers

  • Whereof as Friar Bacon said to Friar Bungy and of the

    Anna St. Ives


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