The lunger in turn tries to make the hopper put down his second foot or unfold arms.
He suppressed a little hacking cough that told its own story; he was a “lunger.”
"You don't look like a lunger," said Barrows, eying her critically.
It's a lunger bound for the lakes, and some one gave him a twist as to the track an' we caught 'im.
The kid's a lunger, an' the first thing to do is to git him started in to feelin' like a man.
lunger and Company sank a shaft on the Mountain Key to a depth of 90 feet and found very rich ore.
Ma'am, I'm sorry for you, but I wouldn't really have picked you out for a lunger.
In the afternoons I'm goin' to keep him out in the air—that's all a lunger needs—plenty air, an' good grub.
The mesa just like a big green table spread under the sky—what is it that lunger poet said—‘under the wide and starry sky’?
A person with tuberculosis: at once a lunger and lifer (1893+)