Then Harris walked onto the postage stamp-sized stage, flashed that beauty queen smile and urged her crowd to hunker down.
Netanyahu wants Israel to hunker down in the face of Mideast revolution.
“His experience says if you just hunker down, these things will blow over,” Moore said.
Ignoring warnings to hunker down, determined New Yorkers go about their business—and hit the bars.
But I had to hunker down and do my job, live shot after live shot.
One of the newcomers was from hunker Creek, and he brought news of the doctor and the captain.
hunker reported that they had discovered no trace of the missing man.
This was a post of as great distinction at hunker Court as the position of clown in a circus.
The silver-gray whig shakes hands with the hunker democrat; the former only differing from the latter in name.
There was a political meeting (hunker) at the capitol, but I pass'd it by.
"to squat, crouch," 1720, Scottish, of uncertain origin, possibly from a Scandinavian source, cf. Old Norse huka "to crouch," hoka, hokra "to crawl." Hunker down, Southern U.S. dialectal phrase, popularized c.1965, from northern British hunker "haunch." Related: Hunkered; hunkering.