blunge


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blunge

(blʌndʒ)
vb
(Ceramics) (tr) to mix (clay or a similar substance) with water in order to form a suspension for use in ceramics
[C19: probably from blend + plunge]

blunge


Past participle: blunged
Gerund: blunging

Imperative
blunge
blunge
Present
I blunge
you blunge
he/she/it blunges
we blunge
you blunge
they blunge
Preterite
I blunged
you blunged
he/she/it blunged
we blunged
you blunged
they blunged
Present Continuous
I am blunging
you are blunging
he/she/it is blunging
we are blunging
you are blunging
they are blunging
Present Perfect
I have blunged
you have blunged
he/she/it has blunged
we have blunged
you have blunged
they have blunged
Past Continuous
I was blunging
you were blunging
he/she/it was blunging
we were blunging
you were blunging
they were blunging
Past Perfect
I had blunged
you had blunged
he/she/it had blunged
we had blunged
you had blunged
they had blunged
Future
I will blunge
you will blunge
he/she/it will blunge
we will blunge
you will blunge
they will blunge
Future Perfect
I will have blunged
you will have blunged
he/she/it will have blunged
we will have blunged
you will have blunged
they will have blunged
Future Continuous
I will be blunging
you will be blunging
he/she/it will be blunging
we will be blunging
you will be blunging
they will be blunging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been blunging
you have been blunging
he/she/it has been blunging
we have been blunging
you have been blunging
they have been blunging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been blunging
you will have been blunging
he/she/it will have been blunging
we will have been blunging
you will have been blunging
they will have been blunging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been blunging
you had been blunging
he/she/it had been blunging
we had been blunging
you had been blunging
they had been blunging
Conditional
I would blunge
you would blunge
he/she/it would blunge
we would blunge
you would blunge
they would blunge
Past Conditional
I would have blunged
you would have blunged
he/she/it would have blunged
we would have blunged
you would have blunged
they would have blunged
References in periodicals archive ?
My preliminary explorations with adding paper to clay were to mix torn up newspaper with hot water, let it sit overnight, and then blunge it into a pulp using a hand drill and glaze mixer.
"Then, potters place that soil in water to dispose of unwanted elements before moving it into another receptacle to blunge [mix] terracotta," he explained.
7 is to blunge the clay usually at about 15 to 20 percent solids to disperse the bentonite and release the grit sized particles such as quartz, which can then be removed by screening or by a degritting centrifuge or a hydrocyclone.