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Definition of "lunged" []

  • A sudden forward motion (noun)
  • A thrust made by advancing the front foot and straightening the back leg, extending the sword arm forwards (noun)
  • To move or cause to move with a lunge (verb)
  • To make a lunge (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of lunge. (verb)

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  • Having lungs (breathing organs). (adjective)

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Use "lunged" in a sentence
  • "He had no mask when he lunged from the water and grabbed the girl in the boat."
  • "Conklin lunged for it, but it flipped up and over the goalie and into the net."
  • "Safin lunged to his right, his racket flying out of his hands after he managed an improbable return."