dung[ duhng ]SEE DEFINITION OF dung
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DUNG
I must fill the bin of the oxen with hay, and water them, and carry out the dung.
Dung was agreeable and asked: “But what really brings you here?”
IN a city in the neighborhood of Kaiutschou there once lived a constable by the name of Dung.
Every morning their dung is carried away, and they are well curried and combed.
It is found on dung, as its name indicates, from June to September.
Found on dung and in richly manured pastures, from July to frost.
It is usually found on dung and on grassy lawns during May and June.
This plant is found on rich lawns recently manured, but principally on dung.
But be sure you set your trees, neither in dung nor barren earth.
I sought to pull my arm from his, but he dung to it and pinned it to his side.