Definition of Stunnings
1. stunning [n] - See also: stunning
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stunnings
stunk on ice
Literary usage of Stunnings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Life of Charles Lamb by Edward Verrall Lucas (1907)
"But the weather seems to be softening, and will thaw my stunnings. Coleridge writing to me a week or two since begins his note—' Summer has set in with its ..."
2. The Letters of Charles Lamb by Charles Lamb, Alfred Ainger (1904)
"But the weather seems to be softening, and will thaw my stunnings. Coleridge, writing to me a week or two since, begins his note—" Summer has set in with ..."
3. The Works of Charles Lamb by Charles Lamb (1852)
"It is not George the Third trying the Hundredth Psalm ? I get my music for nothing. But the weather seems to be softening, and will thaw my stunnings. ..."