A boy aged about eight or nine in our seating area chundered
into a sick bag as the rest of us listened on and grimaced.
"Not the best corner we've taken tonight," he chundered
, before praising Dier for making the corner work by mastering "a difficult skill".
The kids would never have let her hear the end of it if she'd chundered
into the waste paper bin halfway through their geography lesson.
Although, knowing fine writers as I do, I can just image my fellow scribbler from 53 years ago reassuring himself as he chundered
over the rail, chanting the hack's mantra "this'll be good material for the column".
Later on in the week I chundered
at one of his parties.
Ask 20-something brothers or sisters whether they cried or chundered
when Charlene and Scott married.
"We put you on notice that should you publish any defamatory statements about our client we will advise our client of its legal remedies against you, to include but not limited to an injunction, damages, legal costs and interest," chundered
London law firm Joelson Wilson.
It was here that, in front of startled staff, he chundered
all over the floor.
They were blown off course, he chundered
up every meal he ate, in short, Things Went Wrong.
Doing 85mph, I could see floor, then sky as we took a stomach-churning lurch to the right, then a tangled mess of track as we chundered
up a slope and down another sickening drop.