lunged

adjective
\ˈləŋd \

Definition of lunged 

1 : having lungs : pulmonate

2 : having a lung or lungs of a specified kind or number used in combination one-lunged

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Chris Cornell’s musical influence extended beyond grunge, as evidenced by the wide range of musicians that have been paying tribute to the big-lunged singer since his death on May 17. Cicero Estrella, The Mercury News, "Watch: Chris Cornell tributes pour in from U2, Metallica," 22 May 2017

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First Known Use of lunged

1693, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of lunged was in 1693

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