verb (used without object), lunged, lung·ing.
verb (used with object), lunged, lung·ing.
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Origin of lunge1
Definition for lunge (2 of 2)
noun, verb, lunged, lung·ing.
Example sentences from the Web for lunge
Quad-intensive, a telemark turn is somewhere between a curtsy and a lunge.
Take a large step backward and rapidly lower into a reverse lunge until your front thigh is parallel to the floor and your back knee hovers just above the ground, then explosively jump as high as you can.
During the exhausting 1992 campaign I was asked if Clinton got tired of the crowds: their neediness, their wide-eyed lunging.Paul Begala on Why Bill Clinton’s Still Got the Magic|Paul Begala|October 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Its teeth are now pointing toward my throat, and lunging straight at me.
To save his faithful servant Frank wheeled Nejdi, and cut down a native who was lunging at Chumru with a bayonet.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
The Esperanza tore onward, lunging violently, and shaking as though she dreaded the grip of some savage pursuer.The Chequers|James Runciman
Mayo accosted the captain when that fuming gentleman came lunging along the sidewalk.Blow The Man Down|Holman Day
"It's a scalp, lieutenant," shouted the foremost sergeant as he came lunging up to join his chief.Warrior Gap|Charles King
I heard the shouts of Cudjo, and I could see the blade of his long spear lunging down a intervals among the dark bodies below.The Desert Home|Mayne Reid