verb (used without object) Chiefly New England and West Midland U.S.
- changing tone,
- channel back,
- channel bass,
- channel captain
Origin of chank
Examples from the Web for chank
She is then branded with the emblems of the chank and chakra.
Sangukatti, or those who tie the conch or chank shell (Turbinella rapa).
The disciples of the three other mutts are generally branded with the chakra on the right upper arm, and chank on the left.
Turmeric water is poured over the hands seven times from a chank or sankha shell.
The Allies entered the strait at 11:30 in the morning, and shelled the town of Chank Kale.