Pungled

Pun´gled


a.1.Shriveled or shrunken; - said especially of grain which has lost its juices from the ravages of insects, such as the wheat midge, or Trips (Thrips cerealium).
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The muscular Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America, which represents more than 40 brand-name drug companies, hired 136 lobbyists and pungled up more than $16 million for its 2003 campaign.
It is comforting to those who watch the bottom line, be they winegrape growers or those in the trade, that the advertising dollars that were so scarce for far too many recent years now are being pungled up for print and broadcast advertising.