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  • v. Present participle of lunge.


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  • Come this afternoon, we'll be lungeing them in the paddock. '

    Twice shy

  • He played football with a dash and vim good to see, and I know a good few of the eleven envied him his long, lungeing rush, which parted man and ball so cleanly, and his quick, sure kick that dropped the ball unerringly to his forwards.

    Acton's Feud A Public School Story

  • She seemed to take the blows passively, only lungeing doggedly up when the wild welter had flowed over her, and still keeping her nose to the sea.

    The Romance of the Coast

  • "Nay, lad, I d'know," said the decoy-man; "all I say is that it be a girt lungeing pike o 'some kind."

    Dick o' the Fens A Tale of the Great East Swamp

  • O'Brien put himself in the correct attitude of defence, in imitation of the lieutenant, but this was for a very few seconds; he suddenly made a spring, and rushed on to his adversary, stabbing at him with a velocity quite astonishing, the lieutenant parrying in his defence, until at last he had an opportunity of lungeing at O'Brien.

    Peter Simple; and, The Three Cutters, Vol. 1-2

  • She discusses a general fitness programme, feeding and energy, preparation before work, lungeing, long-reining, work in-hand and tack. Headlines

  • Do have a great instructor who does help and was having weekly lessons but as she feels tight dont want to work her hard if she is in pain, so have just been lungeing until the chiro comes out ..


  • Ask H&H: Online businesses; Laura B's lungeing aid

    Horse & Hound Online news

  • Little Manor, "and me niver to think o 'they two lungeing looking young dogs.

    The Weathercock Being the Adventures of a Boy with a Bias


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