Origin of hunky1
Definition for hunky (2 of 3)
noun, plural hunk·ies. (sometimes initial capital letter) Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive.
Definition for hunky (3 of 3)
adjective, hunk·i·er, hunk·i·est.
Examples from the Web for hunky
Sam Claflin—hunky, pretty, beautiful Sam Claflin—won the highly sought-after role.‘Hunger Games’ Star Sam Claflin Is as Surprised as You Are That He Was Cast as Finnick Odair|Kevin Fallon|November 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There is no doubt that men can do it, though; Hinds admits he encountered an attempt to cast him in the hunky house-husband role.Pop Culture’s House Husbands Lag Behind the Reality in American Homes|Soraya Roberts|June 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The velvet-covered book features 42 hunky men in different locations around the country.
Hardly anyone could be more blue collar than Palin, out on the fishing boat with her hunky blue-collar husband, Todd.
I made every last one of them, from the hunky handsome proton to the waifish, Starbucks-named neutrino.
Hunky Ben, being an old acquaintance, was requested to go to the store as a deputation.
Why, Hunky Ben, it far surpasses my expectations and all you have said about it.
It seems to me so funny,” she continued, “to hear any one ask if Hunky—not Humpy—Ben is to be trusted.
But he said Doc Lane told him to let football alone and get hunky with Addicks again.Full-Back Foster|Ralph Henry Barbour
Let me make an exception: one Hunky, a helper on Number 4, was famed for having "a back like a mule."Steel|Charles Rumford Walker