Definition of Bunkered

1. Verb. (past of bunker) ¹



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Definition of Bunkered

1. bunker [v] - See also: bunker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bunkered

bunji-bunji
bunjie
bunjies
bunjy
bunk
bunk-up
bunk bed
bunk beds
bunk down
bunk off
bunkbed
bunkbeds
bunked
bunker
bunker mentality
bunkered (current term)
bunkering
bunkerings
bunkerlike
bunkers
bunkhouse
bunkhouses
bunkie
bunkies
bunking
bunkmate
bunkmates
bunko
bunko game
bunkoed

Literary usage of Bunkered

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1. Raemaekers' Cartoons: With Accompanying Notes by Well-Known English Writers by Louis Raemaekers (1916)
"... mailed fist" in the face of a trembling world. That will be a spectacle for gods and men. But perhaps something will happen instead. WR INGE. bunkered ..."

2. Raemaekers' Cartoons by Louis Raemaekers (1916)
"bunkered THE Crown Prince is in a very awkward predicament. He has driven his ball into a ... But perhaps something will happen instead. WR INGE. bunkered ..."

3. Raemaekers' Cartoon History of the War by Louis Raemaekers (1919)
"'bunkered' TT is one of the greatest sources of pride for the Verdun Army to have earned the testimony of the great assembly which incarnates and ..."

4. Shipping Board Operations by United States Congress. House. Select committee on U. S. Shipping board operations (1920)
"That among the ships so bunkered \\cre the steamers ... and that neither of these steamers were bunkered by any other person or company until June 15, 1915. ..."

5. The Visioning: A Novel by Susan Glaspell (1911)
"Having been bunkered many times in the past, and knowing that she would be bunkered upon many occasions in the future, Miss Jones was not disposed to take a ..."

6. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1896)
"He was so bunkered; but what you saw, even if coincident in time, was a hallucination, just as much as if you had seen a picture with no coincident real ..."

7. Marine Engineers' Handbook by Frank W (Ed Sterling (1920)
"... the weight of bunkered fuel oil for the Diesel is less than one-third of the weight of the bunkered coal for the steam engine with the same cruising ..."

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