chunder

[chuhn-der]Australian Informal.
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noun
  1. vomit.

Origin of chunder

1920–25; orig. variously explained; perhaps ultimately an expressive formation akin to dial. (mainly N England) chunder grumble, complain; cf. chunter
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Related Words for chunder

spew, hurl, gag, regurgitate, heave, retch, upchuck, barf, chunder

Examples from the Web for chunder

Historical Examples of chunder

  • Destroy them, so Chunder Shan can not use them to buy back the Devi.

  • Chunder Lal was near me, and he said to me, 'That is the signal for us to fire.

    Strange Stories

    Grant Allen

  • But Chunder Sen had his serious dangers; and those lay in the very excess of his virtues.

  • Chunder Dutt, however, contradicts Bunsen's assertion that the soul also is an illusion according to the Vedanta.

    Ten Great Religions

    James Freeman Clarke

  • Chunder Shan, entering his chamber, closed the door and went to his table.


British Dictionary definitions for chunder

chunder

verb (intr)
  1. to vomit
noun
  1. vomit

Word Origin for chunder

C20: of uncertain origin
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Word Origin and History for chunder
v.

"vomit," 1950, Australian slang, of unknown origin.

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