In an unlikely pairing, this minister of funk co-starred alongside Marilyn Manson in the 2002 short film Beat the Devil.
Before the release of the fratastic film, America was in a funk.
The Nittany Lions, the famed football team Paterno presided over, were in a funk.
My daughter was just in a funk that day, so I gave her as much sugar as I could just to get her ready.
The funk legend treats unsuspecting concertgoers to an impromptu show.
He was ashamed of his funk—but the best of men get attacks of it in certain circumstances.
How could I funk in the face of their weakness—I, who lived aft in the high place?
The Indian Government is much too timid with its money—like an old maiden aunt of mine—always in a funk about her investments.
And you have the cheek to ask me if I'm in a funk, and to want to feel my hands.
He was a "funk" through and through, and was frightened out of his wits about twelve times a day every day of his life.
"depression, ill-humor," 1743, probably originally Scottish and northern English; earlier as a verb, "panic, fail through panic," (1737), said to be 17c. Oxford University slang, perhaps from Flemish fonck "perturbation, agitation, distress," possibly related to Old French funicle "wild, mad."
Funk (fŭngk, fōōngk), Casimir. 1884-1967.
Polish-born American biochemist whose research of deficiency diseases led to the discovery of vitamins, which he named in 1912.
Polish-born American biochemist who is credited with the discovery of vitamins. In 1912 he postulated the existence of four organic bases he called vitamines which were necessary for normal health and the prevention of deficiency diseases. He also contributed to the knowledge of the hormones of the pituitary gland and the sex glands.
Depression; moroseness; the BLUES: This levelheaded man of logic, however, is also a creature of moods and funks/ You guys are in a funk (1743+)
To fail through panic; be frightened to immobility •Chiefly British: She would have won, but suddenly funked (1737+)
[perhaps fr Flemish fonck, ''perturbation'']
A style of urban lack musi that relies heavily on bass guitar and exhibits elements like African rhythms, the blues, early rock and roll, jazz, etc: There is no denying the influence of Instant Funk/ the Minister of Super Heavy Funk, the legendary James Brown/ He is New Orleans ''fonk''
To play or move to an urban lack musi that features a dominant bass guitar: I think it's all right to funk all night
[1950s+ Musicians; fr funky]