Examples from the Web for bunker hill
Bunker-hill monument was then being built, and built of Quincy granite.'Puffing Billy' and the Prize 'Rocket'|Helen Cross Knight
You might as well try to squeeze ile out o' Bunker-Hill monument, as to c'lect a debt o' him.
Does the Bunker-Hill Monument bend in the blast like a blade of grass?
You can buy treatises to show that Napoleon never lived, and that no battle of Bunker-hill was ever fought.
British Dictionary definitions for bunker hill
Word Origin and History for bunker hill
battle site in Massachusetts, U.S., was land assigned in 1634 to George Bunker, who came from the vicinity of Bedford, England. The name dates from 1229, as Bonquer and is from Old French bon quer "good heart."