I have seen him in by-lanes a dozen miles distant from the town when I have been riding back from the bunt.
And if you say that again, I'll bunt you up against the wall.
They're veterans, hard to pitch to; they make you cut the plate; they are as apt to bunt as hit, and they are fast.
Also, of the man who comes down a stay, &c., to tar it; or foots the bunt in.
Now Bossy liked to bunt, too; so when the ran at her she put her down and ran at him!
The name is from German, bunt, meaning variegated or gay colored.
On the next, Miller lay down a bunt that rolled slowly along the third base line.
Frank believed Mertez would try to bunt, and he kept the ball high.
Martin at the bunt stood on the truss and clutched the chain sling.
bunt, bunt, n. a parasitic disease of wheat and other grains.