[duhn-dreer-eez] /dʌnˈdrɪər iz/
plural noun, (sometimes initial capital letter)
long, full sideburns or muttonchop whiskers.
1867, long, flowing whiskers, like those worn by actor E.A. Sothern (1826-1881) while playing Lord Dundreary, witless, indolent chief character in English dramatist Tom Taylor’s play “Our American Cousin” (1858).
[doon, dyoon] /dun, dyun/ noun 1. a sand hill or sand ridge formed by the wind, usually in desert regions or near lakes and oceans. /djuːn/ noun 1. a mound or ridge of drifted sand, occurring on the sea coast and in deserts n. 1790, from French, Middle Dutch or Middle Low German dune, all […]
[doon-buhg-ee, dyoon-] /ˈdunˌbʌg i, ˈdyun-/ verb (used without object), dune-buggied, dune-buggying. 1. to drive or ride in a dune buggy. noun 1. a small, lightweight, open automotive vehicle equipped with oversize, low-pressure tires for traveling along sand beaches, over dunes, etc. noun phrase A small and squat open car, usually with a Volkswagen engine, equipped […]
[duhn-ee-din] /dʌnˈi dɪn/ noun 1. a seaport on SE South Island, in New Zealand. 2. a town in W Florida. /dʌnˈiːdɪn/ noun 1. a port in New Zealand, on SE South Island: founded (1848) by Scottish settlers. Pop: 121 900 (2004 est)
noun 1. . noun 1. a stout grass, Elymus arenarius, of Eurasia, used as a binder for shifting sand.