Definition of Dunniest

1. dunny [adj] - See also: dunny



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dunniest

dunnage
dunnages
dunnakin
dunnakins
dunnart
dunnarts
dunned
dunnekin
dunner
dunners
dunness
dunnesses
dunnest
dunnier
dunnies
dunniest (current term)
dunning
dunnings
dunnish
dunnite
dunnites
dunno
dunnock
dunnocks
dunny
dunpickle
dunpickles
duns
dunsh
dunshed

Literary usage of Dunniest

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1. Hood's Own: Or, Laughter from Year to Year: Being Former Runnings of His by Thomas Hood (1855)
"The dunniest heard it—poor old Mr. F. Doubted for once if he was ever deaf; Through Tunbridge town it caused most strange alarms. Mr. and Mrs. Fogg, ..."

2. The comic poems of Thomas Hood by Thomas Hood (1876)
"The dunniest heard it—poor old Mr. F. Doubted for once if he was ever deaf; Through Tunbridge town it caused most strange alarms ; Mr. and Mrs. Fogg, ..."

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