(of a goat or calf) to push with the horns or head; butt.
Baseball. to bat (a pitched ball) very gently so that it rolls into the infield close to home plate, usually by holding the bat loosely in hands spread apart and allowing the ball to bounce off it.
to push (something) with the horns or head.
Baseball. to bunt a ball.
a push with the head or horns; butt.
the act of bunting.
a bunted ball.
Nautical. the middle part of a square sail.
the bagging part of a fishing net or bagging middle area of various cloth objects.
a smut disease of wheat in which the kernels are replaced by the black, foul-smelling spores of fungi of the genus Tilletia.
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(of an animal) to butt (something) with the head or horns
to cause (an aircraft) to fly in part of an inverted loop or (of an aircraft) to fly in such a loop
(US & Canadian) (in baseball) to hit (a pitched ball) very gently
the act or an instance of bunting
(nautical) the baggy centre of a fishing net or other piece of fabric, such as a square sail
a disease of cereal plants caused by smut fungi (genus Tilletia)
one of the ropes attached to the foot of a square sail to haul it up to the yard for furling. Ned, 1823–86, pen name of Edward Zane Carroll Judson. Historical Examples Down the Rhine Oliver Optic The Sailor’s Word-Book William Henry Smyth An Autobiography of Buffalo Bill (Colonel W. F. Cody) Buffalo Bill (William […]
a dominance hierarchy seen in herds of cattle, established and maintained by bunting.
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(of a goat or calf) to push with the horns or head; butt. Baseball. to bat (a pitched ball) very gently so that it rolls into the infield close to home plate, usually by holding the bat loosely in hands spread apart and allowing the ball to bounce off it. to push (something) with the […]