verb (used with object)
Origin of dung
Related formsdung·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for dungy
Dungy later rejoined the team, at great personal distress, out of a sense of duty.
Later, as a head coach with Tampa Bay, and then the Indianapolis Colts, Dungy also cut a chaste figure.
Locksley later said, “I see Coach Dungy being a guy with a wealth of experience and knowledge, not just in football, but in life.”
But you can also believe that Dungy, having worked in the media glare of the NFL for years, knows that mentoring is not so simple.
Dungy, who is 54, has always been a defiantly pious figure in the NFL.
The animals rolled luxuriously in the brown, dungy mixture, and Genesmere made his coffee strong.Red Men and White|Owen Wister
British Dictionary definitions for dungy
- excrement, esp of animals; manure
- (as modifier)dung cart