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dunt

(dʌnt; dʊnt)
n
1. a blow; thump
2. the injury caused by such a blow
vb
to strike or hit
[C15: perhaps variant of dint]

dunt


Past participle: dunted
Gerund: dunting

Imperative
dunt
dunt
Present
I dunt
you dunt
he/she/it dunts
we dunt
you dunt
they dunt
Preterite
I dunted
you dunted
he/she/it dunted
we dunted
you dunted
they dunted
Present Continuous
I am dunting
you are dunting
he/she/it is dunting
we are dunting
you are dunting
they are dunting
Present Perfect
I have dunted
you have dunted
he/she/it has dunted
we have dunted
you have dunted
they have dunted
Past Continuous
I was dunting
you were dunting
he/she/it was dunting
we were dunting
you were dunting
they were dunting
Past Perfect
I had dunted
you had dunted
he/she/it had dunted
we had dunted
you had dunted
they had dunted
Future
I will dunt
you will dunt
he/she/it will dunt
we will dunt
you will dunt
they will dunt
Future Perfect
I will have dunted
you will have dunted
he/she/it will have dunted
we will have dunted
you will have dunted
they will have dunted
Future Continuous
I will be dunting
you will be dunting
he/she/it will be dunting
we will be dunting
you will be dunting
they will be dunting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dunting
you have been dunting
he/she/it has been dunting
we have been dunting
you have been dunting
they have been dunting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dunting
you will have been dunting
he/she/it will have been dunting
we will have been dunting
you will have been dunting
they will have been dunting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dunting
you had been dunting
he/she/it had been dunting
we had been dunting
you had been dunting
they had been dunting
Conditional
I would dunt
you would dunt
he/she/it would dunt
we would dunt
you would dunt
they would dunt
Past Conditional
I would have dunted
you would have dunted
he/she/it would have dunted
we would have dunted
you would have dunted
they would have dunted
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They were lifted by their arms and legs by two fellow Freeholders and "dunted" - placed three times on the official dunting stone - in the rarely used initiation ceremony.
WELCOME TO THE CLUB Jo Ball and Miles Hawthornthwaite at the official dunting stone in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, yesterday
Your car can take an infinite amount of damage, while dunting people or innocent vehicles trashes them and lowers your viewer rating.
They are taken to the dunting stone, on the eighth fairway of the town's golf course, picked up by their feet and shoulders by current freeholders and gently placed three times on the stone.
Later this month, the dunting ceremony will be held for the first time in five years - and the first in living memory when three people will be officially welcomed as freeholders at the same time.
Whoever comes out as the successful bidder when the lot is put under the hammer next month can expect a form of the birthday bumps for their trouble, known as dunting.
INITIATION Gladstone Storey is dunted in 1977, with his uncle Robert Mavin Storey, left, and Grandfather Gladstone Storey CLIQUE Newbiggin Freeholders in 1936 TRADITION Gladstone Storey, a Newbiggin Freeholder, standing by the dunting stone
All new freeholders are expected to make themselves available for an initiation ceremony known as "dunting", which is carried out on the Wednesday nearest to May 28 and involves the newcomer being picked up by their feet and shoulders and placed three times on the official dunting stone on the eighth fairway of the golf course.
Whether they want to take part in a dunting ceremony is up to them.
A session of dunting - a centuries-old version of the bumps given to children on their birthdays - awaits the successful buyer who becomes the latest member of the ancient Freeholders Lords of the Manor group in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland.
New freeholders are expected to make themselves available for the dunting ritual, which officially welcomes them into the group.
May Day' traditions exist all over the country, but there are few as bizarre as that of the dunting stone in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea.