Definition of Lunkers

1. Noun. (plural of lunker) ¹



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Definition of Lunkers

1. lunker [n] - See also: lunker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lunkers

lungyis
lunicurrent
lunier
lunies
luniest
luniform
lunijianlaite
lunisolar
lunisolar calendar
lunistices
lunitidal
lunitidal interval
lunk
lunker
lunkers (current term)
lunkhead
lunkheaded
lunkheads
lunkish
lunks
lunky
lunokhod
lunokhods
lunomancy
lunt
lunted
lunting
lunts
lunula

Literary usage of Lunkers

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1. The Year-book of Agriculture: Or, the Annual for Agricultural Progress and by David Ames Wells (1856)
"There is a striking difference in the yield of the three varieties—the Mercer, in every case, producing less than the Irish lunkers and the Carters. ..."

2. The Year-book of Agriculture, Or, the Annual of Agricultural Progress and by David Ames Wells (1856)
"Lime gave no increase, and gypsum would seem to have done more harm than good, since, with the Irish lunkers, the plot receiving a tablespoonful of plaster ..."

3. The Mining Engineer (1905)
"In the Main coal-seam in the Hamilton district, there were " lunkers," which were ... These " lunkers" were never very large: being simply lumps ..."

4. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1851)
"... and partnerships of not more than six members, were permitted to act as lunkers. The restriction on the number of partners was removed in 1826, ..."

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