Definition Of dun

verb

a debt collector or an insistent creditor.

a dull grayish-brown color.

A mutt the colour of dun stood near by, barking every now and again.

a thing that is dun in color, in particular.

make persistent demands on (someone), especially for payment of a debt.

they would very likely start dunning you for payment of your taxes

of a dull grayish-brown color.

a dun cow


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Example Of dun

  • A mutt the colour of dun stood near by, barking every now and again.

  • A white-fire blaze rang past her ear, and impacted the ground three paces before his gelding - the dun nickered it's anger at being so rudely startled, and danced around a moment.

  • Accepting the cup, she deftly uncorked the bottle and proceeded to cautiously shake finely ground, dun colored grains into the water.

  • After we ate, the servants readied our horses and we rode together, me on Mercy and he on a dun mare.

  • ‘You were jumping so beautifully, and Minty looked so wonderful,’ she whispered, her fingers knotted in the sheets as she leaned close, speaking of his show-jumper, the gorgeous dun , ‘The triple.’


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