from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A dialectal variant of
- noun Lees; dregs; especially, the lees of cane-juice, which are used in the West Indies in the distillation of rum.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun West Indies The lees or dregs of cane juice, used in the distillation of rum.
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- noun West Indies The
leesor dregsof cane juice, used in the distillationof rum.
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She was getting bad advice-The same kind of dunder-headed advice that lost for Gore and for Kerry.
Those that approved the trap on basis of it being surrounded by water must have been struck by lightning when they were caught in a 'dunder' storm.
LOL .. and only in a blue state could you have a fat goober like bawney fwank or a dunder head idiot like John Kerry elected.
MCMetal says: randy says: and only in a blue state could you have a fat goober like bawney fwank or a dunder head idiot like John Kerry elected.
It's either a brilliant PR move or (most likely) yet another dunder-headed, uncoodinated gaffe.
UPDATE: Now featuring hilarious commentary from Poppy Z. Brite, Nick Mamatas, Jack Haringa and others, as well as a floundering, dunder-headed appearance by the ‘publisher’ in question, SNM Horror Magazine (never have I seen someone dig themselves so deep).
I just want to remind our dunder-head of a Governor what the word “permanent” means.
McCain really is looking like a huge dunder f-bomb these days.
Here is a history lesson for the dunder heads who parrot the likes of Bush and his other neo-convicts on history.
Much nearer sixty years of age than fifty, with a flowing outline of stomach, and horizontal creases in his waistcoat; reputed to be rich; voting at elections in the strictly respectable interest; morally satisfied that nothing but he himself has grown since he was a baby; how can dunder – headed Mr. Sapsea be otherwise than a credit to Cloisterham, and society?