from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The name given by sailors to a dish made by soaking shipbiscuit in water, mixing it with fat and molasses, and baking in a pan. Also called dandyfunk.

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  • noun obsolete, nautical ship's biscuit broken up, mixed with molasses etc. and baked


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  • The pirates triumphant are plunder-drunk,

    Their hardships for now all in wonder sunk,

    Engorged with their loot

    Of viands and fruit,

    Forgetting their dinners of dunderfunk.

    September 14, 2018

  • a triple rhyme wotd limerick. what a time to be alive.

    September 14, 2018