verb (used with object), dun·naged, dun·nag·ing.
Origin of dunnage
Examples from the Web for dunnage
Frugality was their necessary watchword, and they hired a pushcart in which to transport the dunnage.Pipefuls|Christopher Morley
"They're going to let us ride with the dunnage so there won't be any mistake or time lost when we get to Thoreau's," he said.The Courage of Marge O'Doone|James Oliver Curwood
“Not a steadier man nor a better seaman comes to this port,” replied Mr Dunnage.Salt Water|W. H. G. Kingston
We shake hands with those going out to civilization and take our dunnage aboard the steamer.The New North|Agnes Deans Cameron
It is usually shipped from Manila and Yloilo as dunnage, a small quantity coming also from Cebú.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman