Definition of Dungeoned

1. dungeon [v] - See also: dungeon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dungeoned

dung beetle
dung beetles
dung heap
dungaree
dungareed
dungarees
dungball
dunged
dungeon
dungeon crawl
dungeon crawler
dungeon crawlers
dungeon master
dungeon masters
dungeoned (current term)
dungeoneer
dungeoneers
dungeonesque
dungeoning
dungeonlike
dungeonous
dungeons
dungfork
dungforks
dungheap
dungheaps
dunghill
dunghills
dungier

Literary usage of Dungeoned

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1. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1860)
"Night and day five soldiers were to be thus on guard over one dungeoned and fettered prisoner, and they were to be relieved every four hours. ..."

2. Lorna Doone: A Romance of Exmoor by Richard Doddridge Blackmore (1890)
"... and mother in distraction ; most of all — here, there, and where — was my Lorna, stolen, dungeoned, perhaps outraged. It was no time for shilly shally, ..."

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