one of a number of struts reinforcing the walls of a shaft and dividing it into vertical compartments.
- Also called divider.
Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023
How to use bunton in a sentence
Charles later chatted to Heart FM star and former Spice Girl Emma bunton - and asked her if the girls might reform.
The last time she had seen it it was on the table after Mrs. bunton copied the title.
But the Rectory stood on rather rising ground, and old Dr. bunton and his wife had fortunately been fond of gardening.The Rectory Children | Mrs Molesworth
At Portscale there was a beautiful old church, and a vicar younger and much more active than Dr. bunton.The Rectory Children | Mrs Molesworth
Bill bunton resisted arrest and was pugnacious, of course declaring his innocence.The Story of the Outlaw | Emerson Hough