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Use "pung" in a sentence
"The town was snow-covered, too, and the frozen river, and wherever one went, the air was full of the gay jingle-jangle of countless sleighbells, while the streets were thronged with a motley collection of equipages, from the luxuriously upholstered double sleigh with its swaying robes and floating plumes, down to the shapeless home-made "pung" with its ragged, unlined buffalo skin snugly tucked in about the shawled and veiled grandma, who smilingly awaited her good man while he purchased the week's supply of groceries."
"Note 61: CS 1601; Proto-Mashariki * - pung - "to winnow, to fan"; PNECB * - pung "to winnow, to fan, to exorcise"; e.g.,"
"I am honored to be the sole chosen 373rd-generation lineage holder of Peng Zu pronounced pung zoo, the teacher of Lao Zi."