Definition of Stunk

1. Verb. (past participle of stink) ¹



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Definition of Stunk

1. stink [v] - See also: stink

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stunk

stumping
stumpknocker
stumplike
stumpnose
stumpnoses
stumps
stumpwork
stumpy
stums
stun
stun baton
stun gun
stun guns
stunad
stung
stunk (current term)
stunk on ice
stunkard
stunna
stunnas
stunned
stunner
stunners
stunng
stunning
stunningly
stunningness
stunnings
stunod
stunods

Literary usage of Stunk

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1. Among the Cotton Thieves by Edward Bacon (1867)
"They know that they will be stunk out if the bodies rot there, and they cannot get them away on account of our fire. No, sir; I'll stink the rebels out of ..."

2. Sketches of the History of Christian Art by Alexander Crawford Lindsay Crawford (1885)
"And through the length of time that he stood there, his feet rotted and stunk. And after the three years were completed, the angel of God came to him and ..."

3. The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of the Christian People by William Sewel, Benjamin and Thomas Kite (Firm)., Joseph R.A. Skerrett (Firm). (1823)
"... that he stunk alive, and so died with rottenness, his name being like to give a bad savour through ages w come. Yet more remarkable was the death of ..."

4. Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys ...: The Diary Deciphered by the by Samuel Pepys, Richard Griffin Braybrooke, John A. Smith (1866)
"... and stunk mightily; which the coachman also cried out upon. And presently they come up to some people that stood looking after it, and told our gallants ..."

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