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Bunyan (ˈbʌnjən Pronunciation for Bunyan



  1. John. 1628–88, English preacher and writer, noted particularly for his allegory The Pilgrim's Progress (1678)

Example Sentences Including 'Bunyan'

'You sound like Brother Bunsen -' this was their nickname for Mr Bunyan , the chemistry teacher.
Amanda Hemingway THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: The Sangreal Trilogy One (2004)
Despite its strident energy, Kipling's work was as moral in its purpose as Milton's or Bunyan 's.
Bryant, Arthur The Search for Justice - a history of Britain and the British people Volume III
He read classical languages, as well as English literature, being especially fond of Milton and Bunyan.
Independent (1998)
He's a lot like Paul Bunyan , only a little bigger and a lot stronger.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
Jeffrey Archer is no genius, and none of his books displays the intelligence of Bunyan or the wit of Wilde.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
John Bunyan or Oscar Wilde would have used the next dozen days to dash off a masterpiece.
Gash, Jonathan The Tartan Ringers


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