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blunge

[ bluhnj ]
/ blʌndʒ /
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verb (used with object), blunged, blung·ing.
to mix (clay or the like) with water, so as to form a liquid suspension.
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Origin of blunge

1820–30; blend of blend and plunge
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British Dictionary definitions for blunge

blunge
/ (blʌndʒ) /

verb
(tr) to mix (clay or a similar substance) with water in order to form a suspension for use in ceramics

Word Origin for blunge

C19: probably from blend + plunge
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