- the thick lees from boiled sugar-cane juice used in the distillation of rum.
Origin of dunder
1785–95; alteration of Spanish redundar to overflow
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Examples from the Web for dunder
Naturally, the fad made its way to Dunder Mifflin last season—and Dwight is forced to put an end to it.9 Funniest Moments From Season 1-8 of ‘The Office’ (VIDEO)
September 20, 2012
And with that, tensions between Michael and Dunder Mifflin's HR rep boil over.
When Indian employee Kelly Kapoor stumbles into a note-card exercise, things get a bit too real for the Dunder Mifflin crew.
And then the printers, manufactured by new Dunder Mifflin parent company Sabre, began to catch on fire.Axe The Office!
June 29, 2010
Ben stooped, picked up a stone, and threw it at Dunder, striking him in the flank.Half Portions
There's the Laird o' Dunder, ane o' the auldest families in Tiviotdale.The Black Dwarf
Sir Walter Scott
Dunder is the fermented wash after it has undergone distillation, by which it has been deprived of the alcohol it contained.
When fermentation is thoroughly established, a further 400 gallons of dunder may be run in, and the whole well stirred up.
Altogether it was a decidedly rakish craft and the look on Judge Dunder's face was by no means propitious.The Incendiary
W. A. (William Augustine) Leahy