[ kluhng-ker ]
/ ˈklʌŋ kər /
something worthless or inferior.
Also klunk·er . an old, worn-out vehicle or machine, especially a car.
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Example sentences from the Web for clunker
And for the second time in six months, he delivered a clunker.
British Dictionary definitions for clunker
/ (ˈklʌŋkə) /
mainly US a dilapidated old car or other machine
something that failsthe novel's last line is a clunker
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