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bunce

noun

  • An illicit profit or gain; benefit not accounted for in accounts or for tax purposes.

    "manager's bunce": Profit in cash or other benefit made outside normal accounting rules, eg from unrecorded transactions, inflation of selling price or deflation of buying price.

    Last edited on Mar 05 2010. Submitted by Tinkerbell from Wiltshire, UK on Mar 05 2010.

  • A windfall, often unexpected, usually from organized, ongoing but short term, illicit activity. The continued product of marginal or illicit schemes for gain. Term used among the lower classes in England. A slave trading island offshore from Sierra Leone was named Bunce Island and is now a protected heritage site.

    Last edited on Mar 31 2012. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 02 2012.

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bundle of joy

noun

  • a baby.
    Congratulations on your new bundle of joy!

    Last edited on Feb 05 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 04 2017.

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bundy

  • To render something inoperable accidentally. Specifically to back up a toilet with a profundity of excrement. Term is derived from the name of a character on the American sitcom, "Married with Children."
    Dude, did you bundy the toilet.
    Wow, phew! You stepped in some bundy back there, didn't you?

    Last edited on Apr 25 2014. Submitted by Hieronymous A. from Wilds St, San Angelo, TX 76905, USA on Sep 30 1998.

adjective

noun

  • Bull or cow feces. Generally found in a pile or "chip" (see cowchip) where cattle are or have been.
    Wow, phew! You stepped in some bundy back there, didn't you?

    Last edited on Apr 25 2014. Submitted by Nightowl223 from Earth, TX, USA on Apr 25 2014.

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bung

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  • used as a prefix (usually with a noun) to refer to feces or something fecal in nature.
    My boss is such a bunghole!

    Last edited on Sep 20 2010. Submitted by bigE from Raleigh, NC, USA on Jun 24 2002.

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bunghole

noun

  • the anus; "butt hole". Popularized by Beavis, of the animated series Beavis and Butthead.
    I need TP for my bunghole.
    • See more words with the same meaning: anus.

    Last edited on Jun 30 2010. Submitted by Fred B. from Ann Arbor, MI, USA on Feb 05 2003.

  • used as an insult, but with the same meaning as above.
    You bunghole!

    Last edited on Jun 30 2010. Submitted by Jon B. from Bluefield, WV, USA on Feb 16 2003.

  • Older British slang for mouth. After a big meal an old relative of mine would say that she was "Full up to bung 'ole".

    The term is from the hole in a wooden barrel: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bunghole

    Last edited on Dec 21 2010. Submitted by Lord Pleco from Canberra ACT, Australia on Dec 21 2010.

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bunk

adjective

  • boring.
    This party is bunk.
    • See more words with the same meaning: boring.

    Last edited on Jun 16 1997. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 16 1997.

  • of poor quality; displeasing.
    This is bunk coffee.
    This cocaine is bunk.

    Last edited on Jun 16 1997. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 16 1997.

  • Valueless, worthless.

    Attributed to Henry Ford who is alleged to have said that "History is more or less bunk."

    http://www.quotationspage.com/quote/24950.html
    An "Untruth", possibly derived from The Battle of Bunker Hill (June 17, 1775) which was mainly fought on Breed's Hill and not Bunker Hill ... and that the British won the battle, not the colonists. (Source: Pg 31, STUPID HISTORY: Tales of Stupidity, Strangeness, and Mythconceptions Throughout the Ages by Leland Gregory (2007).

    Last edited on Jul 16 2014. Submitted by Lord Pleco from Canberra ACT, Australia on Dec 21 2010.

noun

  • a covered up fact.

    de-bunk to remove the cover over the fact.

    Last edited on Jan 15 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 15 2013.

origin

  • CC suggests that the term was first used by stoners to describe bad weed, and that its scope has since broadened to describe anything that is not as good as originally expected.

    Last edited on Jun 02 1999. Submitted by CC from WI, USA on Jun 02 1999.

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bunked

  • extremely high or drunk or got really intoxicated.
    We got bunked at the party.
    Come on let's get bunked.

    Last edited on Jan 29 2006. Submitted by Jason W. from Landenberg, Pennsylvania, USA on Jan 29 2006.

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