Tun

All Noun
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  • Several tuns of this kind went up and down after each other, until all were in. Cited from Folk-Lore and Legends; Scandinavian, by Various
  • One of the times they captured the castle, they tried to break open the tun. Cited from Bertha, by Mary Hazelton Wade
  • Saw the famous well, in which the spring supplies a hundred tuns a minute. Cited from The Life And Letters Of Maria Edgeworth, Vol. 1
  • Later he was granted a Federal award which carried the title Tun.
  • There is also a public house in the village called The Three Tuns.
  • The only completely new building was the tun room - where eight huge fermentation vessels now stand.
  • He was also awarded the title Tun as a reward for his service.
  • There was also little change in the actual value the tun.
  • Tun Nila sets up the test he will use to find a true woman.
  • It must be cold before you tun it up. Cited from A Queens Delight, by Anonymous
  • Richard III of England increased this to ten for every tun.
  • Tun Musa has held various posts at the international level at various times.
  • Three years later, Tun Dr Ismail died in office due to a heart attack.
  • He was awarded the title of "Tun" in recognition for his service.
  • Tun Tavern was a significant meeting place for other groups and individuals.
  • It is more like the Three Tuns you want! Cited from The Castle Inn, by Stanley John Weyman
  • Now Ingialld tuns for the wood, and they could not get at him. Cited from The Story of Burnt Njal, by Anonymous
  • There are two public houses, the Three Tuns and the Dog and Gun.
  • They obtained eleven tuns of oil, as well as taking their tusks.
  • One characteristic that the king's tun shared with some other groups of places is that it was a point of public assembly.
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Synonyms of Tun

Meaning of Tun

  • noun A large cask especially one holding a volume equivalent to 2 butts or 252 gals