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Synonyms for bunker

a hazard on a golf course

a large container for storing fuel

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a fortification of earth

hit a golf ball into a bunker

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fill (a ship's bunker) with coal or oil

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transfer cargo from a ship to a warehouse

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References in classic literature ?
An' when I come un tull Auckland short o' coal, after lettun' her druft sux days wuth the fires out tull save the coal, an' wuth only twenty tons in my bunkers, I was thunkun' o' the lossin' o' time an' the expense, an' tull save the owners I took her un an' out wi'out pilotage.
Mind that manhole lid, sir," they lowered him into the bunker.
To him, too, in that bunker, the motion of the ship seemed novel and menacing, sapping his resolution as though he had never been afloat before.
He had rushed up out of the bunker, stumbling in the dark alleyway amongst a lot of bewildered men who, trod upon, asked "What's up, sir?
The edges of the original sand traps also have been restored to the rounded look Jones intended when he designed this near-half-century-old course, and those softened bunker borders might rival the waterfall ponds as the most distinctive feature at buffed-up El Cab.
A nuclear fallout shelter at Hack Green, near Nantwich in Cheshire, has been opened to visitors while a bunker in Sandwich houses an internet server and another in Kirknewtown, near Edinburgh, has become a nightclub.
The TV pundit was testing the world's first golf bunker using recycled glass,instead of sand.
You have to avoid two bunkers about 100 yards out on the left side with your second shot and you also must fly a bunker a little right of centre in front of the green.
The same bunker in its proposed underwater version will be the `Poseidome'.
Singapore, a major bunkering port in Southeast Asia, has punished six companies and served warning letters on two Japanese-owned companies after several ships complained of being supplied with tainted bunker fuel, the Maritime and Port Authority in Singapore (MPA) said Wednesday.
Bunker, was tapped for both a highly unusual sea-to-air cargo discharge and as a temporary storage site for Hellfire missiles.
Bewildered, scared, and embarrassed Nazi units once again assaulted the Ghetto, flamethrowers in hand to bum down every building and bunker in sight.
To take a specific example," says Mello, "if the target in question were the Iraqi presidential bunker located in south-central Baghdad, there would be very roughly 20,000 people located within one-half mile of this target.
The green is elevated, and there's a deep bunker in front, which I managed to clear with my approach shot.
This suggestion failed to excite Wyatt Bunker, one of the backers of the original class.