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Definition of dunny in English:
noun (plural dunnies)
2Australian /NZ informal A toilet.
- The museum is filled with trivia about the world of the toilet, otherwise known as the commode, bog, loo, dunny, convenience, privy, hiding hall, john, private chapel and necessary room.
- We arrived at the toilet cubicle which was a run-down little shack made of bricks, with a smaller room the size of an outhouse in which was the actual dunny.
- The city is 15 feet below sea level and so they bury everyone above the ground in these little huts that look like dunnies.
Words that rhyme with dunnybunny, funny, gunny, honey, money, runny, sonny, sunny, tunny
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