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  • v. Present participle of paunch.

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Examples

  • When plucking a pheasant or skinning and paunching a hare you always know it was better off alive.

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  • HARRIS: Personal trainer because I'm paunching out a little bit.

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  • Hire a personal trainer because I'm paunching out a little bit.

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  • Determined to have the Philadelphia version of this elegant phrase, I inquired what it meant, and was informed, that in their country when any one had his bowels _squeezed_ out, they called it "_paunching_."

    Frank Mildmay Or, The Naval Officer

  • Determined to have the Philadelphia version of this elegant phrase, I inquired what it meant, and was informed, that in their country when anyone had his bowels _squeezed_ out, they called it "_paunching_."

    Frank Mildmay The Naval Officer

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