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Dungeons

ˈdʌn.dʒən

Meanings of Dungeons:

noun

A strong underground prison cell, especially in a castle.

Usage examples:

For the past seventeen years he has been kept prisoner in the castle dungeons.
verb

Archaic term for donjon.

Dunger

ˈdʌŋɡə

Meanings of Dunger:

noun

A worn-out vehicle or machine.

Usage examples:

Parents often give their teen the old dunger to drive

Dunghill

ˈdʌŋ.hɪl

Meanings of Dunghill:

noun

A heap of dung or refuse, especially in a farmyard.

Usage examples:

The clothing and bedding of plague victims are particularly dangerous, as are wooden buildings, ear…

Dunghills

ˈdʌŋ.hɪl

Meanings of Dunghills:

noun

A heap of dung or refuse, especially in a farmyard.

Usage examples:

The clothing and bedding of plague victims are particularly dangerous, as are wooden buildings, ear…

Meanings of Dunghilly:

noun

A heap of dung or refuse, especially in a farmyard.

Usage examples:

The clothing and bedding of plague victims are particularly dangerous, as are wooden buildings, ear…

Dungs

dʌŋ

Meanings of Dungs:

noun

The excrement of animals; manure.

Usage examples:

The scent of dung from the nearby manure pile also makes it difficult to breathe.
verb

Drop or spread dung on (a piece of ground).

Usage examples:

But avoid dunging ground that you plan to use for carrots and parsnips

Meanings of Dungy:

adjective

Of land, earth, etc.: rich in dung or other fertilizing matter; well dunged; fertile, productive.

Meanings of Duniewassal:

noun

In the scottish highlands: a clansman of high rank, typically through having a familial connection to the chief; (more generally) a man of some status; a gentleman.

Dunite

ˈdʌnʌɪt

Meanings of Dunite:

noun

A green to brownish coarse-grained igneous rock consisting largely of olivine.

Usage examples:

The lowermost rocks are serpentinized dunite and harzburgite, which are best exposed in the ne of t…

Meanings of Duniwassal:

noun

In the scottish highlands: a clansman of high rank, typically through having a familial connection to the chief; (more generally) a man of some status; a gentleman.

Meanings of Dunk:

verb

Dip (bread or other food) into a drink or soup before eating it.

Usage examples:

I dunked a biscuit into the cup of scalding tea
noun

A shot downwards into the basket with the hands above the rim.

Usage examples:

I was making everything: jump shots, lay-ups, dunks.

Meanings of Dunkadoo:

noun

The american bittern, botaurus lentiginosus.

Dunkard

ˈdʌŋkəd

Meanings of Dunkard:

noun

Another term for dunker.

Dunked

dʌŋk

Meanings of Dunked:

verb

Dip (bread or other food) into a drink or soup before eating it.

Usage examples:

I dunked a biscuit into the cup of scalding tea
noun

A shot downwards into the basket with the hands above the rim.

Usage examples:

I was making everything: jump shots, lay-ups, dunks.

Dunkers

ˈdʌŋkə

Meanings of Dunkers:

noun

A member of the german baptist brethren, a sect of baptist christians founded in 1708 but living in the us since the 1720s.

Usage examples:

Moravians, mennonites, amish, schwenkfelders, dunkers, and other german groups, including rosicruci…

Dunking

dʌŋk

Meanings of Dunking:

verb

Dip (bread or other food) into a drink or soup before eating it.

Usage examples:

I dunked a biscuit into the cup of scalding tea
noun

A shot downwards into the basket with the hands above the rim.

Usage examples:

I was making everything: jump shots, lay-ups, dunks.

Dunkirk

dʌnˈkɜːk

Meanings of Dunkirk:

proper noun

A port in northern france; population 70,654 (2006). french name dunkerque /dœ̃kɛʀk/.

noun

The english spelling of dunkerque, a port town in northeast france, from where thousands of british soldiers were evacuated (= moved to safety) during the second world war

Usage examples:

You can get a ferry from dover to dunkirk., the tunnels were the nerve centre of the operation to e…

Meanings of Dunkirker:

noun

A privateer operating from the port of dunkirk, especially in the service of the habsburg monarchy during the eighty years' war (1568–1648); a ship commanded and crewed by privateers of this kind.

Meanings of Dunkle:

adjective

Designating a type of dark-coloured lager of a style originating in bavaria, typically of moderate bitterness and strength. chiefly in "dunkel beer".

noun

Lager of this type; a variety of this.

Dunks

dʌŋk

Meanings of Dunks:

verb

Dip (bread or other food) into a drink or soup before eating it.

Usage examples:

I dunked a biscuit into the cup of scalding tea
noun

A shot downwards into the basket with the hands above the rim.

Usage examples:

I was making everything: jump shots, lay-ups, dunks.

Dunlin

ˈdʌnlɪn

Meanings of Dunlin:

noun

A migratory sandpiper with a downcurved bill and (in the breeding season) a reddish-brown back and black belly. it is the commonest small wader of the northern hemisphere.

Usage examples:

You can see red knots, dunlins, and sandpipers as they rest and forage for food on the beaches, usi…

Meanings of Dunlins:

noun

A migratory sandpiper with a downcurved bill and (in the breeding season) a reddish-brown back and black belly. it is the commonest small wader of the northern hemisphere.

Usage examples:

You can see red knots, dunlins, and sandpipers as they rest and forage for food on the beaches, usi…

Meanings of Dunlop:

noun

A full-cream hard cheese originally made in dunlop, near ayr in scotland.

Usage examples:

By the 1790s, when parish accounts were compiled, it had become established as ‘dunlop cheese’, mad…

Dunnage

ˈdʌnɪdʒ

Meanings of Dunnage:

noun

Loose wood, matting, or similar material used to keep a cargo in position in a ship's hold.

Usage examples:

Effective bracing, blocking, and use of dunnage is essential

Dunned

dʌn

Meanings of Dunned:

verb

Make persistent demands on (someone), especially for payment of a debt.

Usage examples:

After he left oxford he was frequently dunned for his debts
adjective

Of a dull greyish-brown colour.

Usage examples:

A dun cow
noun

A dull greyish-brown colour.

Usage examples:

A mutt the colour of dun stood near by, barking every now and again.

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