/ (ˈbʌŋwɔl) /


an Australian fern, Blechnum indicum, having an edible rhizome


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Word Origin for bungwall

from a native Australian language
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Example sentences from the Web for bungwall

  • I should be sorry to believe it, because I have always found Mr. Bungwall's gardener such a very respectful man.

    Eliza|Barry Pain