Definition of Punners

1. Noun. (plural of punner) ¹



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Definition of Punners

1. punner [n] - See also: punner

Lexicographical Neighbors of Punners

punkish
punkishly
punkling
punklings
punks
punkster
punksters
punky
punkzine
punkzines
punnable
punnai
punnais
punned
punner
punners (current term)
punnet
punnets
punnier
punniest
punnily
punniness
punning
punningly
punnings
punnology
punny
puns
punster
punsters

Literary usage of Punners

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Road Making and Maintenance: A Practical Treatise for Engineers, Surveyors by Thomas Aitken (1907)
"The powder is then rammed with iron disc-shaped punners, weighing about 10 Ibs., heated to prevent the adhesion of the powder. The punning or tamping should ..."

2. Journal by Institution of Electrical Engineers Radio Section (1877)
"The whole is then filled in and carefully rammed with wooden punners. Some three years ago I laid down a short length of such a line, and before breaking it ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1780)
"... Total charges of the artillery for one year — — 1547 9 2 Bat in the 109 punners above mentioned, there are included lees tj che fallowing perfins, viz. ..."

4. Aspects of Child Life and Education by Granville Stanley Hall (1921)
"They hear fancied words in noises and sounds of nature and animals, and are persistent punners. As butterflies make butter or eat it or give it by squeezing ..."

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