bunged up

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bung up

To injure or damage someone or something. A noun can be used between "bung" and "up." That car accident really bunged my back up. My car is still bunged up from the accident—I really need to take it to the mechanic.
See also: bung, up

bunged up

Injured or damaged. My back is still bunged up from that car accident a few months ago My car is all bunged up from the accident—I really need to take it to the mechanic.
See also: bung, up

bunged up

battered or bruised. It used to be a nice table, but it got all bunged up. What happened to Jane? Her face was bunged up.
See also: bung, up
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SOMETIMES your poetry rolls like the tide, Flooding out onto the page from your heart, At other times it's all bunged-up inside, It seems impossible to make a start.
A BUNGED-UP female orangutan at Chester Zoo can breathe easy after undergoing a UK-first sinus operation.
In winter they produce too much of the stuff , causing a continual bunged-up feeling.
But the plan backfired more spectacularly than a bunged-up Howitzer when it emerged the frugal field commander did his shopping at Tesco and Lidl, feeding fellow chiefs at a barbecue pork sausages from the German discounter and bottles of Merlot costing 1.
HOUSE building more than halved in the three months to February as the bunged-up mortgage market forced firms to down tools.
With each face-to-face GP consultation costing pounds 21 a time, the bunged-up Brummies have been criticised for not only using up appointments that could be used for more ill people but also wasting vital NHS cash.
Way back then, being bunged-up was all about catarrh - not to be mistaken with guitar (fretted string instrument) or Qatar (charming little country in the middle east) - but these days bunged-up managers are carrying something far more sinister than excess snot.
Medical researchers have at last found that common sense in putting on more layers of clothing does ward off colds, sore throats and bunged-up noses.
sick of is bunged-up $100 cars compression shot popping along like tea kettles of playing bachelor games with women whose minds seemed like mouse-traps or one-way mirrors empty incomprehensible games
staff God bless them By Kenneth Mood Revelation Sometimes your poetry rolls like the tide, Flooding out onto the page from your heart, At other times it's all bunged-up inside, It seems impossible to make a start.
Many people think my esteemed colleague Hugh Keevins also has a lot of bother with his sinuses but I reckon that bunged-up brogue is simply due to a blockage caused by his oversized brain.