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I carried mine in my long, luxuriant hair, which I wore “bun” fashion, held in a net of opossum hair.
THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONTLOUIS DE ROUGEMONT
Add bun to these terms, and they are made to have passed away,—prefix tah to them, and their future appearance is indicated.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
One of the features of Michaelmas in Scotland was the concoction and cooking of a giant cake, bun, or bannock.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
Her eyes looked like raisins in a bun and her mouth had almost disappeared.
MARY LOUISE AND JOSIE O'GORMANEMMA SPEED SAMPSON
I purchased an enormous delicacy just as one would buy a bun under ordinary stances.
THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
David Rittenhouse stood by, silent in adoration, his attention divided between Gent and a big bun, for he had missed his dinner.
THE RED CITYS. WEIR MITCHELL
In the world where he was going soon, were the majority like them, or were they of the hypocrite and bun-throwing classes?
FRECKLESGENE STRATTON-PORTER
Bobby ate the bun soberly and then sat up against Auld Jock's feet, that dangled helplessly from the bed.
GREYFRIARS BOBBYELEANOR ATKINSON
To break a Good Friday bun between two persons, is accepted as a pledge of friendship.
THE MYSTERIES OF ALL NATIONSJAMES GRANT
Carl, intensely wrought up, floundered to his bare feet, a "red-hot" in one hand and half a bun in the other.
MOTOR MATT'S PERIL, OR, CAST AWAY IN THE BAHAMASSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO BUN

  • Danish
  • bun
  • eclair
  • fruit tart
  • pie
  • popover
  • roll
  • turnover
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