Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In dyeing, the mordanting of goods by passing them through a dung-bath (which see). In modern practice substitutes are used.

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  • verb Present participle of dung.

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Examples

  • In Sweden, farrowing houses offer each sow her own 7-by-10-foot pen, big enough to include separate areas for bedding, feeding and dunging, plus a "creep area" where piglets can sleep without getting squished by their mother.

    David Kirby: Humane Society Exposes Pig Breeding Horrors -- But It Doesn't Have to Be This Way

  • Perhaps it's because I knew the corpses that went into that well - I'd seen them playing on the Cawnpore rampart, and being heard their lessons in that awful barrack, and laughing at the elephant dunging.

    Fiancée

  • Electronic equipment, much of it never dusted or kept clean, dirty now in that way that microwaves get dirty, with centuries of reheated coffee cup circles dunging their insides, sit around.

    Donna Schaper: Scavenging as a Virtue

  • What happened to dunging and digging around it for three years to give a chance?

    Questions Your Pastor Will Hate - Part 3

  • Afterwards, in dunging behind a bush, I found a March-cat, and with it I wiped my breech, but her claws were so sharp that they scratched and exulcerated all my perinee.

    Flushed

  • Afterwards, in dunging behind a bush, I found a March-cat, and with it I wiped my breech, but her claws were so sharp that they scratched and exulcerated all my perinee.

    Flushed

  • Afterwards, in dunging behind a bush, I found a March-cat, and with it I wiped my breech, but her claws were so sharp that they scratched and exulcerated all my perinee.

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

  • Afterwards, in dunging behind a bush, I found a March-cat, and with it I wiped my breech, but her claws were so sharp that they scratched and exulcerated all my perinee.

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

  • It was delivered also, that the heathen gathered the vintages, for the space of seven years, without dunging the land, because the vineyards were made fruitful enough by the blood of the

    From the Talmud and Hebraica

  • Perhaps it's because I knew the corpses that went into that well - I'd seen them playing on the Cawnpore rampart, and being heard their lessons in that awful barrack, and laughing at the elephant dunging.

    Flashman In The Great Game

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