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- n. Alternative form of puncheon.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See puncheon.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete variant of puncheon.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. register one's arrival at work
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Up we came to the top, me a hold of him an 'punchin' him.
An 'if any of it comes our way you got to let me do the punchin'.
They've had men out punchin 'holes all over the hills for a week, an' that Jap chemist settin 'up nights analyzin' the rubbish they've brought in.
Not that I'm any better than the sailors an 'cow-punchers I travelled with, - I was cow-punchin' for a short time, you know, - but I always liked books, read everything I could lay hands on, an '- well, I guess I think differently from most of' em.
Heeey, if your gonna have a NATIONAL website, dont be sucker punchin w local ads. hpoulter says:
You wouldn't stay out here till dark and after if you were punchin 'a clock.
My kitteh uzez my goggy az a chew toy. an scrachy post. an punchin peeyoh. pore widdle goggy
As the older cowboys from my part of the world used to sing, "You don't know what lonesome is 'til you've been punchin' cows."
Cynthia, or maybe it's just me, baby, and these fools stuck here punchin 'this clock
While you're punchin 'cattle and I'm punchin' dough.