verb (used with object)
Origin of junk1
Definition for junk (2 of 3)
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Examples from the Web for junk
I am not the most financially literate person (I would be hard-pressed to articulate the term “junk bond”).
For those in the resource world, every ton of junk that goes into a landfill represents wasted energy.
(Or as Gehry framed it in the Sketches documentary: “mak[ing] beauty with junk”).
I am just so convinced that junk food and high sugar food are undermining the health of people…It caused a lot of strain.
One is burned and damaged; another looks like a 1960s-style Airstream buried in a pile of old furniture, toys, and other junk.A Shooting on a Tribal Land Uncovers Feds Running Wild|Caitlin Dickson|August 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Was n't that what I wanted some junk for—to sell it, so I could go on the train?In Pawn|Ellis Parker Butler
"That poor fellow is about done for," said Nata, pushing off from the junk.The Usurper|Judith Gautier
It sneezed all over my poor bus, and threw some junk into me as if it thought me nothing better than a kind of waste basket.A Man for the Ages|Irving Bacheller
He made a sweeping gesture around the room that looked like a junk heap.Stand by for Mars!|Carey Rockwell
We were just beginning to grow anxious about you when the junk was sighted.The Beautiful White Devil|Guy Boothby
British Dictionary definitions for junk (1 of 2)
- rubbish generally
- nonsensethe play was absolute junk