Bunkerage



the act of bunkering a vessel.

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  • Bunkering

    a large bin or receptacle; a fixed chest or box: a coal bunker. a fortification set mostly below the surface of the ground with overhead protection provided by logs and earth or by concrete and fitted with openings through which guns may be fired. Golf. any obstacle, as a sand trap or mound of dirt, […]

  • Bunkie

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  • Bunking

    a built-in platform bed, as on a ship. Informal. any bed. a cabin used for sleeping quarters, as in a summer camp; bunkhouse. a trough for feeding cattle. Informal. to occupy a bunk or any sleeping quarters: Joe and Bill bunked together at camp. to provide with a place to sleep. to bump. to absent […]

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    a swindler, especially a person who lures another to a gambling game to be cheated.



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