gunning[ guhn-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF gunning
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GUNNING
I was thinking of corraling you for a gunning trip one of these days.
There was much more to it than gunning down the weird fauna that one found.
The Stonewall gang—what was left of it—and all its friends would be gunning for him now.
It can't be possible that the state is gunning an affair like this!
The money he made by gunning or fishing he spent for tops and kites.
Gunning was dealing with him; and, besides, I wanted to see that rooster myself.
Suppose the expedition is gunning somewhere in the backwoods.
There is an absurd mistake in Gunning's Reminiscences of Cambridge.
And so, burdened by these suspicions, you carried them to Mr.—Mr. Gunning?
There were no deer so near the town, and it was hardly likely that the person was gunning in the darkness.