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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lunge.
- adj. Having lungs (breathing organs).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having lungs, or breathing organs similar to lungs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having lungs; technically, in zoology, pulmonate: common in compounds, as strong- or weak-lunged.
- Drawing in and expelling air like the lungs.
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He had no mask when he lunged from the water and grabbed the girl in the boat.
Conklin lunged for it, but it flipped up and over the goalie and into the net.
Safin lunged to his right, his racket flying out of his hands after he managed an improbable return.
The hacker jumped off the seat as Anna's sword lunged forward and pierced the plastic side of the monitor.
The two men on the floor wrestled with Caprice, and Eoin lunged.
That moment of forgetfulness nearly cost her her life when Elaka lunged across the room and wrapped the cord around her neck.
The Colonel's sword lunged, taking the Lieutenant in the ribs.
A beefy northerner with blood on his sword lunged at him.
A sword lunged for him but he turned it on his shield and disembowelled the warrior.
Mouromorto snarled, knowing that this battle was won as his long sword lunged at his brother.