bung[ buhng ]SEE DEFINITION OF bung
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUNG
Close the bung, and in about six weeks it will be fit for bottle.
It'll be bung full of women but it won't have a word of slop from beginning to end!
Let it remain in this state till the next day, in order to ascertain whether the cask be quite tight, and then bung it up.
In two or three days put a bottle of brandy to every four gallons, bung it close, but leave the vent peg out a few days.
To every gallon put four pounds of good Lisbon sugar, tun it immediately, lay the bung lightly on, and leave it to ferment itself.
I've lifted a barrel o' whisky and put my mouth to the bung hole.
"Oh, I don't think you'd better; it'll bung you all up," cautioned Reynolds.
You have only just got to fancy that it is a bung, and swipe at it with all your might.
To find the bung, of course; draw it out, and relieve my thirst by a draught of water.
Even had I succeeded in reaching the bung or vent, how could I have got out the stopper or vent-peg?