verb (used without object), lunged, lung·ing.
verb (used with object), lunged, lung·ing.
Origin of lunge1
Definition for lunge (2 of 2)
noun, verb, lunged, lung·ing.
Examples from the Web for lunge
Dawn Hochsprung was a beloved principal who lost her life trying to lunge at the gunman.Newtown Victims: Dawn Hochsprung, Vicki Soto & More|Nina Strochlic|December 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Think like a fencer: parry on Medicare; lunge at the stimulus.
In effect, what I did was lunge and force the issue, thereby ruining the mood.
Then with a lunge he drove the knife into Gulden's burly neck.The Border Legion|Zane Grey
You have only to lean it against a certain point in a man's anatomy, lunge ever so little and the whole thing is done.The Evil Shepherd|E. Phillips Oppenheim
St. George made a lunge toward the speaker as if to strike him.Kennedy Square|F. Hopkinson Smith
The steel rings, the bucklers clash, the parry and lunge pass and answer too swift for the sight.Essays in Little|Andrew Lang
He was called the best swords man at Saint-Cyr: he has the devil of a lunge.Gerfaut, Complete|Charles de Bernard