Thesaurus / dun
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Against the dun sky his figure could be seen from head to foot.
THE DEEMSTERHALL CAINE
I am obliged to you for the gentleness and moderation of your dun, considering how long I have been your debtor.
My friend Dun, who had been badly wounded by a pangee (bamboo stake) had to be carried in.
This latter place takes its name from the dun which occupied the hill-top between the Yeo and Creedy, which unite below it.
We dun move up from town first; had to—too high rents for we-all; now we dun stay hyar.
THE WOMAN WHO TOILSMRS. JOHN VAN VORST AND MARIE VAN VORST
The dun cloud of dust settled, disclosing the foam-flecked, sweat-blackened colt, oddly beautiful in her poised immobility.
OVERLAND REDHENRY HERBERT KNIBBS
The one most frequently mentioned in the traditions of the country is the Dun or Castle of Gairloch.
GAIRLOCH IN NORTH-WEST ROSS-SHIREJOHN H. DIXON, F.S.A. SCOT
Have not a thousand galleys lain in Loch Etive since I built this dun by the sea.
IMAGINATIONS AND REVERIES(A.E.) GEORGE WILLIAM RUSSELL
Armed men of huge stature and terrible aspect went round the dun.
THE COMING OF CUCULAINSTANDISH O'GRADY
Yes, she had an imp; a dun chicken which sucked on her chin, and which she had sent to torment the Throckmorton girls.
WITCH STORIESE. LYNN (ELIZABETH LYNN) LINTON

WORDS RELATED TO DUN

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