Another chose three bats before he got one to suit him—this fellow was Kline, the bunter.
bunter's hair was absolutely black, black as a raven's wing.
If Mr. bunter was afraid of not keeping properly awake when on duty at night, that was another matter.
Thus did the self-possessed bunter express himself with great disgust.
Of course, Mr. bunter, the mate of the Sapphire, was not black.
Either Johns or bunter, or both, must have been driving her hard up Channel.
The old stone of Chester Cathedral was a very red bunter sandstone, which decayed badly.
I led him without any delay into Mrs. bunter's private sitting-room.
A long epoch must therefore have intervened between the laying down of the bunter and of the Keuper.
The junction of the bunter and Keuper beds requires a short notice.