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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of dung.

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Examples

  • Then place their penis in each others mouths with their dunged penis to ejaculate ..!

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Then place their penis in each others mouths with their dunged penis to ejaculate..

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • And with justice too; did they not break down my black fig tree, which I had planted and dunged with my own hands?

    Peace

  • Mountjoy had been planned and planted in the years of which he knew nothing; generations of skilled and patient husband-men had weeded and dunged and pruned; generations of dilettanti had watered it with cascades and jets; generations of collectors had lugged statuary here; all, it seemed, for his enjoyment this very night under this huge moon.

    The Complete Stories

  • A redbird flew across the grassy, trampled, dunged-up ground in front of the forge.

    Seventh Son

  • Instead, a farmer's son, Heaney sees it as the 'dark-clumped grass where cows or horses dunged,/the cluck when pith-lined chestnut-shells split open' (the latter a line that Hopkins would have welcomed).

    Heaney Agonistes

  • The whip stopped somewhere in mid stroke, the man started to cry out, and the next instant he was flat on his back on the far side of his horse where another horse had dunged earlier.

    Sharpe's Eagle

  • English Grass, and two Ton and an half at each Crop, and plenty of after feed besides -- but these must be nicely managed and largely dunged.

    John Adams diary 17, 16 April - 14 June 1771

  • For spring Cabbage planted in autumn, land well dunged for the previous crop gives good results with the addition of the artificials mentioned below: for the autumn crop, dung should be applied before planting out in the early part of the year.

    The Culture of Vegetables and Flowers From Seeds and Roots 16th Edition

  • Asparagus haulm should also be cut and carried off the ground, and the beds dunged.

    The Present Picture of New South Wales (1811)

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