Find the word definition

Crossword clues for tuns


n. (plural of tun English)

Tuns (band)

TUNS is a Canadian indie rock supergroup, consisting of Mike O'Neill of The Inbreds, Chris Murphy of Sloan and Matt Murphy of The Super Friendz. Formed in 2015, the group released its debut single "Throw It All Away" in 2015, shortly before their first major live performance at Hayden's Dream Serenade benefit concert at Massey Hall alongside Joel Plaskett, The Weather Station and Choir! Choir! Choir!.

The band's self-titled debut album is slated for release in August 2016 on Royal Mountain Records. The single "Mind Over Matter" reached #1 on CBC Radio 2's Radio 2 Top 20 chart the week of July 8, 2016.

The band's name is a reference to the Technical University of Nova Scotia.

Usage examples of "tuns".

Yet, no sooner had the empty pitcher touched the board than it was refilled from one of the two tuns of wine the bishop had established at either end of the green.

Baldwin rode out to greet the newcomers, and conducted them to their tents where a small feast had been prepared along with two or three tuns of wine to help the newly-arrived wash the dust of the arid Byzantine hills from their throats.

Diana called up to Garforth that they would stop at the Three Tuns, then turned to Rosamunde.

That had to be true, but still, as Diana gave Garforth the route and the coach finally creaked out of the Three Tuns yard, Rosamunde felt a shiver down her spine as if they left a shimmering trail for the man who would soon pursue.

The one written at the Three Tuns when Lady Richardson had been there.

Then he rode on to Thirsk, to his rooms at the Three Tuns and the mountain of work waiting for him.

They were so large, they could not fit up the stairs in the Three Tuns and had to decorate the entrance hall.

Four wooden tuns big as hayricks were cradled in a frame against the wall.

Small tuns came up two at a time in the netting now, and Sam and the other fellow labored without cease in spite of the weight of the load.

The tuns brought the lighter lower in the water, and I found it fascinating to watch the cargo press the ship upon the river, and to see it drop in comparison to the level of the dock.

How not to recall the tuns as they spun in the contradictory pull of current and tide?

First, she had imagined it peopled with courtly gentlemen, but from what she could gather and the way the gentlemen shouted at each other it seemed more like The Tuns on a market day.

She herself had never been in The Tuns, but without hesitating she pushed open the door to be confronted immediately by what seemed to be a sea of eyes.

From the latter the wort passes directly to the fermenting tuns, huge closed cylindrical vessels made of sheet-steel and coated with glass enamel.