verb (used with object), dunned, dun·ning.
Origin of dun1
Definition for dun (2 of 2)
Origin of dun2
Related formsdun·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for dun
The challenge was set by HSBC, sponsors of the Open Championship, and filmed at Dun Laoghaire Golf Club in Dublin.
Cognizant, headquartered in New Jersey, grew out of a partnership between Dun & Bradstreet and an Indian firm.
And the insurance fund run by the FDIC is replenishing itself without having to dun taxpayers.
Against the dun sky his figure could be seen from head to foot.The Deemster|Hall Caine
I am obliged to you for the gentleness and moderation of your dun, considering how long I have been your debtor.The Gaming Table: Its Votaries and Victims|Andrew Steinmetz
My friend Dun, who had been badly wounded by a pangee (bamboo stake) had to be carried in.My Experiences in Manipur and the Naga Hills|James Johnstone
This latter place takes its name from the dun which occupied the hill-top between the Yeo and Creedy, which unite below it.A Book of the West. Volume I Devon|S. Baring-Gould
We dun move up from town first; had to—too high rents for we-all; now we dun stay hyar.The Woman Who Toils|Mrs. John Van Vorst and Marie Van Vorst
British Dictionary definitions for dun (1 of 2)
verb duns, dunning or dunned
Word Origin for dun
British Dictionary definitions for dun (2 of 2)
- an immature adult mayfly (the subimago), esp one of the genus Ephemera
- an artificial fly imitating this or a similar fly