bunting Noun Strips of material used as festive decoration, especially in the colours of the national flag.
bunting Noun A thin cloth of woven wool from which flags are made; it is light enough to spread in a gentle wind but resistant to fraying in a strong wind.
bunting Noun Flags considered as a group.
bunting Noun Any of various songbirds of the genus "Emberiza" having short bills and brown or gray plumage.
bunting Verb Present participle of bunt
bunt Noun The middle part, cavity, or belly of a sail; the part of a furled sail which is at the center of the yard.
bunt Noun A ball that has been intentionally hit softly so as to be difficult to field, sometimes with a hands-spread batting stance or with a close-hand, choked-up hand position. No swinging action is involved.
bunt Noun The act of bunting
bunt Noun The second half of an outside loop, from level flight to inverted flight.
bunt Verb to intentionally hit softly with a hands-spread batting stance
bunt Verb to intentionally hit a ball softly with a hands-spread batting stance
bunt Verb to perform (the second half of) an outside loop.