Definition for dunking (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of dunk
Related formsdunk·a·ble, adjective, noundunk·er, noun
Examples from the Web for dunking
Sen. Paul has been getting a dunking in the media for his flip-flops on foreign policy.
“Dunking does not display basketball skill - only height advantage,” Allen wrote in his 1937 book Better Basketball.
When everything is stirred smooth and bubbling, toss in the kirsch without missing a stroke of the fork and get to dunking.
This is a breakfast treat especially good for dunking in coffee.Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking|Unknown
Large, crisp, hot potato chips make a pleasant change for dunking purposes.
More men were ranged in rows along the plastered walls, dunking their heels against the cracked wooden baseboards.Back Home|Irvin S. Cobb
The dunking is done as rhythmically as the stirring, guests taking regular turns at twirling the fork to keep the cheese swirling.