Definition of Puncing
1. punce [v] - See also: punce
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Literary usage of Puncing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Short History of the English People by John Richard Green (1875)
"... renewed thi^na pure the Catholics, and warned the House to leave priest •ministers to the discretion of the Crown. It was soon.plain that puncing ..."
2. A Dictionary of Science, Literature, & Art: Comprising the Definitions and by George William Cox (1867)
"Sandstones of which the particles are coarse, are called GRIT, and when made up of pebbles cemented together they are termed CONGLOMERATE or PunciNG STONE. ..."
3. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1843)
"... puncing' [kicking or striking him]. He was a wicked lad, and one time wouldn't let him eat his dinner. When he got up to run about th* loan [lane] after ..."
4. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott, Francis Garden, James Bowling Mozley (1843)
"... or that George Whitehead, his butty, was 'puncing' [kicking or striking him]. He was a wicked lad, and one time wouldn't let him eat his dinner. ..."
5. Rush-bearing: an Account of the Old Custom of Strewing Rushes: An Account of by Alfred Burton (1891)
"... wrestling, " puncing," now up, now down, for the fight was continued on the ground until the vanquished one cried off. Shins presented a sorry sight, ..."