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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

My eyes were sometimes so bunged up that I couldn't see at all, and thanked my stars I was not driving leads.
Both his eyes were badly bunged up, and he had a knob like a walnut over one temple.
A FRONTIER MYSTERYBERTRAM MITFORD
Then he bunged up the mouth with a bit of soap—which he got on his thumb-nail from a pat in a saucer—and the straw was finished.
SONS AND LOVERSDAVID HERBERT LAWRENCE
Because I can't get any coal to-morrow—line's bunged up for the troops.
THE AMATEUR ARMYPATRICK MACGILL
A large cart drew up before the door, containing twelve kegs, thoroughly bunged.
Take it from me, you fellers wouldn't look any worse bunged up if you'd been jolted by the sawlogs in my mill.
And I thank you and will repay you well for the favour you are doing me in my present bunged-up condition.
THE SNOW-BURNERHENRY OYEN
If you're going to arrive at Brackenfield with a red nose and your eyes all bunged up, I'll disown you, or lose you on the way.
There's no doubt the sea beats on it--unless you are only a Chelsea chap, with your eyes bunged up with paint.
OLD JUNKH. M. TOMLINSON
Why, fancy me, eight years old, taken out of the village and bunged into a spinnin' mill!

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