And all around Jon and Eric could see wrecked hardware, hunks of metal, smashed trucks, and shells.
Gay magazines tend to be packed with celebrity, hunks, and (maybe) some politics.
When we get to the theater, the ticket vendor fans herself, swooning at the sight of all the hunks.
Oh, I think there are plenty of hunks left on Game of Thrones.
Little tables piled high with hunks of bread betokened the approaching lunch hour.
She'd throw him hunks o' bread, chunks o' cold meat, and so on.
hunks of safety glass splashed out over the forward deck, but better that than my head.
We sat around on the grass, and got hunks of it on our tin plates.
Never had I eaten so much bread, and with the hunks of Gruyre cheese I felt almost like a day-laborer.
Uncle Ben gave each white child a little cake—then gave, from his hand, hunks of corn bread to each colored woman.
1813, "large piece cut off," possibly from West Flemish hunke (used of bread and meat), which is perhaps related to Dutch homp "lump, hump." Meaning "attractive, sexually appealing man" is first attested 1945 in jive talk (in Australian slang, it is recorded from 1941).