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Use "thunny" in a sentence
"I'm coming after you with both gunth blaything, thunny boy."
"At one of the principal thunny fisheries near Catania, the fishermen have fixed upon poles, like English kites on a barn-door, _pour encourager les autres_, two immense sharks 'heads as trophies -- the jaws at full gape, exhibiting four sets of teeth as sharp as harrows, and as white and polished as ivory."
"An "ancient mariner" told us, that full forty miles from Syracuse, a shark, which had been following him for a long time, thrust his head suddenly out of the water, and made a snap at him; and if the boat had not been a _thunny_ boat, high in the sides, there is no saying how much of him might have been extant!"