a stout grass, Elymus arenarius, of Eurasia, used as a binder for shifting sand.
[doon-land, dyoon-] /ˈdunˌlænd, ˈdyun-/ noun 1. a tract of land dominated by sand , often bordering on a beach.
noun A dune-buggy driver or rider: Duners go out on runs, trips by a half-dozen dune buggies (1970s+)
[duhn-furm-lin, -ferm-, duhm-] /dʌnˈfɜrm lɪn, -ˈfɛrm-, dʌm-/ noun 1. an administrative district in E Scotland, in the Fife region. 120 sq. mi. (311 sq. km). 2. a city in this district, near the Firth of Forth. /dʌnˈfɜːmlɪn/ noun 1. a city in E Scotland, in SW Fife: ruined palace, a former residence of Scottish kings. […]
noun, Angling. 1. a dun-colored artificial fly that resembles the larval stage of certain real flies.