from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The name given by sailors to a dish made by soaking shipbiscuit in water, mixing it with fat and molasses, and baking in a pan. Also called
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- noun obsolete, nautical
ship's biscuitbroken up, mixed with molassesetc. and baked
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They sleep on the bunk-boards, do as they're told, and eat salt mule and dunderfunk -- same as we did goin 'out. "
"Dog-fish and dunderfunk!" ejaculated Levi, as he read the name, "THE