Definitions

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  • adj. Arranged in a bun.

Etymologies

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bun +‎ -ed

Examples

  • Well, Jean-Claude is done being a naked-bunned karate puppet for big money.

    The Expendables: Two New Posters, First Trailer Premieres at ShoWest | /Film

  • After I bunned and plated the hot dogs, I filled a clear tumbler with ice, poured the steaming hot dog juice in, topped it with more ice, stirred it around, stuck a finger in to make sure it was cooled and yelled for Bob to come into the kitchen.

    The Swap

  • Quinn twirled across the stage in a sequined pink leotard and huge, graceful tutu, her arms perfectly turned, her hair perfectly bunned, her feet perfectly pointed.

    She’s So Dead to Us

  • Which are so distracting to males that women who want to be taken seriously in business wear their hair short, tightly bunned or shoulder length prim.

    Election Central Saturday Roundup

  • At the Baghdad School of Music and Ballet, near the Mansour district, a handful of 6-year-old beginners attempt the plié stance: Two little girls in pink leotards and bunned hair, four boys in white T-shirts and black shorts.

    Baghdad Music and Ballet School Soldiers On

  • With the face of a be-bunned librarian shushing someone and then a big red X through the image.

    Small Pub Outrage

  • He knocked again, and within moments, buttoned and “bunned” within an inch of her life, Julia opened the door and smiled at him.

    The Maverick

  • She had abandoned both of the current hairstyles — either gathered all around and swept into two big rolls that hung from the sides of a woman's head like the ears of a hound, or pulled tight to the scalp and bunned at the back like a mud-tailed horse.

    Cold Mountain

  • Who would have guessed that the prissy woman who'd hit his truck in Marchthe woman with the prim lips, the uptight attitude and the tightly bunned hairwould be sitting here in May, looking like an angel and acting like a deckhand?

    Cinderella At The Ball

  • She had abandoned both of the current hairstyles -- either gathered all around and swept into two big rolls that hung from the sides of a woman's head like the ears of a hound, or pulled tight to the scalp and bunned at the back like a mud-tailed horse.

    Cold Mountain

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