Definition of Dunders
1. dunder [n] - See also: dunder
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dunders
Literary usage of Dunders
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Sporting Magazine (1833)
"... fox from Brabourne Combe across the dunders to ... minutes from Westwood, over the dunders, and lost on Bra- bourne-downs. Did not find until we came to ..."
2. The English Illustrated Magazine (1896)
"He dunders into the kitchen, looks at George, then wi' a shout makes for him. ' Aw, ye whelp ye ! ' shouts he, ' I 've got ye ' ; but at that Bredin runs, ..."
3. Dansk-norsk-engelsk Ordbog by Johannes Magnussen (1902)
"dunders [adv] dT.: tale — til en blow one up. D un'e [vt] make downy, -et [a] downy, -ha- get [a] having down on the chin. ..."
4. Principles of human physiology by William Benjamin Carpenter (1876)
"... 29.6 metres (98.4 feet) per second in the Frog. Marey,' from 12 to 15 metres (36 to 48 feet) per second in the same animal in winter. dunders ami I'. ..."