gunny gunny  /ˈɡə ni/

Definition(s):

  • (n) coarse jute fabric

Usage(s):

  1. gunny: The full quote specifically mentions that, but he rambled into something of a rant on liberalism, so I didn't include the full quote.
  2. The rest bedded down wet and without supper in blankets and gunny sacks in the trucks, which parked at the base of Capitol Hill.
  3. Actually he did gunny -- I think that's what he meant by melanin deprived.

News

Quotes

  1. Grant said: "You often see very little movement in the first week because managers say 'we're not sure yet', so the first week you spend on the phone and that's one of the reasons that Gunny came in." "You want to know for a fact that they...
    on Feb 13, 2007 By: Peter Grant Source: Norwich Evening News

  2. "Gunny is just keeping the seat warm at the moment and if we have to wait a bit longer we will wait a bit longer," said Roeder. "We are doing okay at the moment. It is important when I do make a goalkeeper coaching appointment it is the right...
    on Feb 10, 2008 By: Glenn Roeder Source: Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

  3. "I remember Robert Ullathorne playing the ball back," recalled Eadie. "I just turned round and ran forward thinking that Gunny was going to lash it up-field." "I was waiting for the ball to come over me when I wondered why there was...
    on Nov 17, 2006 By: Darren Eadie Source: Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

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