Definition of Lunging

1. Verb. (present participle of lunge) ¹



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Definition of Lunging

1. lunge [v] - See also: lunge

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lunging

lungeing
lungeing cavesson
lungeing rein
lungeing reins
lungen
lunger
lungers
lunges
lungfish
lungfishes
lungful
lungfuls
lungi
lungie
lungies
lunging (current term)
lungis
lungless
lungless salamander
lunglessness
lunglike
lungo
lungoor
lungoors
lungpower
lungs
lungsful
lungworm
lungworms
lungwort

Literary usage of Lunging

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1. Illustrated Horse-breaking by Matthew Horace Hayes (1908)
"... and lunging the horse —Reining back—The standing martingale—Hearing reins, running reins. side reins, and nosebands—"Tying horses up," " reining," dumb ..."

2. Alcestis: A Drama by Carlota Montenegro (1909)
"Pheres, you have by many winding roads, With many lunging dips, and barriers, And steep up-risings, frequent, unforseen, Won the serene deep hollow of ..."

3. The Four Georges by William Makepeace Thackeray (1862)
"... his figure is absurd—calling out in his broken English, and lunging with his rapier, like a fencing-master. In contemporary caricatures, George's son, ..."

4. Thackeray's Lectures: The English Humorists. The Four Georges by William Makepeace Thackeray (1867)
"... his figure is absurd—calling out in his broken English, and lunging with his rapier like a fencing-master. In contemporary caricatures, George's son, ..."

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