a crabbed, disagreeable person.
a covetous, stingy person; miser.
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How to use hunks in a sentence
Gay magazines tend to be packed with celebrity, hunks, and (maybe) some politics.
Oh, I think there are plenty of hunks left on Game of Thrones.Kit Harington: Game of Thrones’ Jon Snow Learns to Fight Dirty | Marlow Stern | April 9, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Ordinary people flocked to the Maidan, burning anything flammable and uprooting hunks of pavement to throw at police.
And all around Jon and Eric could see wrecked hardware, hunks of metal, smashed trucks, and shells.The Night the SEALS Captured the Butcher of Fallujah | Patrick Robinson | November 11, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
When we get to the theater, the ticket vendor fans herself, swooning at the sight of all the hunks.‘Magic Mike’ Review: 5 Strippers on the Channing Tatum Film | Ramin Setoodeh | June 29, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Out come their suppers: a whole roast fowl, hunks of kid, legs of lamb, huge breads.Sea and Sardinia | D. H. Lawrence
I have a wife whom I married for love--her father is a wealthy hunks, but he discarded her for marrying me.Grif | B. L. (Benjamin Leopold) Farjeon
It was dreadful to see the anxiety with which they watched the portioning of the thick heavy hunks of black bread.The Dark Forest | Hugh Walpole
He had a taffler, or assistant, in the person of a half-grown boy, at whom he jerked rough orders like hunks of stove wood.Other Main-Travelled Roads | Hamlin Garland
We sat around on the grass, and got hunks of it on our tin plates.Roads of Destiny | O. Henry
British Dictionary definitions for hunks
a crotchety old person
a miserly person
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