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1‘the typical dun coat of a wild horse’
greyish-brown, brownish, dun-coloured, mud-coloured, mouse-coloured, mousy, muddy, khaki, umber
1‘he was constantly being dunned for the rent’
importune, solicit, petition, press, pressurize, plague, pester, nag, harass, hound, badger, beset
Northern English mither
informal hassle, bug
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