Definition of Punny

1. Adjective. Involving the use of a pun. ¹



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Definition of Punny

1. being or involving a pun [adj -NIER, -NIEST]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Punny

punnai
punnais
punned
punner
punners
punnet
punnets
punnier
punniest
punnily
punniness
punning
punningly
punnings
punnology
punny (current term)
puns
punster
punsters
punt
punt gun
punt returner
punt returners
puntarella
punte
punted
puntee
puntees
punters

Literary usage of Punny

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1. Narrative of a Voyage to Hudson's Bay in His Majesty's Ship Rosamond by Edward Chappell (1817)
"... Guy-tat, Guy-tow-wut-oo-punny, Guy-tow-wat-oo-punny, Guy-tack-oo-punny, Guy-tisk-oo-punny, Guy-sus-takee, Hay-wee, Hay-way, Hay-waw, ..."

2. Around the World: A Narrative of a Voyage in the East India Squadron Under by Robert Burts, An officer of the U. S. Navy, George C Read (1840)
"And as punny turned some of the light coloured contents into one of the tumblers,—"What!" said the middies, one and all, " is that your wine ? ..."

3. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Carleton Eldredge Noyes (1900)
"... \day dreamer . . . my whole being was, with eyes closed to every object of present sense, to crumple myself up in a punny corner and read, read, read. ..."

4. Curiosities of Popular Customs and of Rites, Ceremonies, Observances, and by William Shepard Walsh (1897)
"In Lincolnshire the bargain is closed by the giving and taking of the fessen- or fasten-punny. This is usually a shilling. ..."

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