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  • n. Plural form of dung.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dung.

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Examples

  • Why, suppose one were to say: the cow chews its food and then dungs the rose with it, so the rose has teeth in the mouth of a beast.

    Quote | clusterflock

  • Go Tell It on the Mountain, his debut bil-dungs-roman, captures the world of Harlem churches, and the extreme pressures placed on young black people in both North and South.

    James Baldwin: The Fire This Time

  • —Why, suppose one were to say: the cow chews its food and then dungs the rose with it, so the rose has teeth in the mouth of a beast.

    Quote | clusterflock

  • My father was a brick; and, being a good man with his fists, was looked upon as a very proper person to fight a principal man amongst the dungs.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • Those who were dissatisfied were called bricks; those who were not were called dungs.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • Be sides, we have heats of dungs, and of bellies and maws of living creatures and of their bloods and bodies, and of hays and herbs laid up moist, of lime unquenched, and such like.

    The New Atlantis

  • I mean i don't have to feed Count Schizo or clean his dungs right?

    natinski Diary Entry

  • They went unhurriedly back to the hotel presently, and she went up to her room to pack her dungs, leaving the doctor to tell the receptionist and telephone his friends.

    Last April Fair

  • "Gently!" she called, and waited anxiously as the boat came towards her, much too fast It wasn't like Willy to behave in such a way; he could do most dungs well and he had a solid common sense which had got him out of any number of awkward situations.

    Last April Fair

  • Dr. Davis, he says, dungs his Close vs. Warrens, but little.

    John Adams diary 17, 16 April - 14 June 1771

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