Origin of funk1
OTHER WORDS FROM funkfunker, noun
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Origin of funk2
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How to use funk in a sentence
As Funk inched toward more playing time in 2018, he broke his hand during an early season practice and needed surgery.
He was an integral force in the Terps’ overtime win against Minnesota and the historic victory at Penn State, the school where Funk’s dad played but years later never offered his son a scholarship.
Before the flight home from California, Funk said Wisconsin pulled the scholarship because a few other linebackers committed in quick succession.
Expect to hear vintage funk, deep house, downtempo and Baltimore club bangers — all adding up to the perfect weekend soundtrack, whether you’re on a makeshift dance floor Friday night or just chilling on your sofa Wednesday evening.The best things to do — virtually and in person — while social distancing in the D.C. area|Fritz Hahn, Hau Chu|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
They threatened Barney scores of times with their sticks, but he came on, funking awfully, but still doing whatever Tom told him.The Landleaguers|Anthony Trollope
It was no use, he said, snivelling, or funking the thing; so he went into battle valiantly.Ravenshoe|Henry Kingsley
George almost hoped she would, for he was, as he confessed to himself, “funking it.”Mr. Witt's Widow|Anthony Hope
He knew what "get him" meant Barney Green turned on him, and savagely asked if he was "funking" again.Tom Gerrard|Louis Becke
He liked the sound of the jellies and the tipsy-cake, and just at present he knew of no special reason for “funking” the doctor.The Willoughby Captains|Talbot Baines Reed