noun, plural skunks, (especially collectively) skunk.
verb (used with object)
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Origin of skunk
Words nearby skunk
Example sentences from the Web for skunked
Twain and his brother get drunk, get skunked, and end up—and one point—naked, with nothing but their own laughter.Book Bag: Timothy Egan’s Five Favorite Travel Books|Timothy Egan|October 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The boys of that regiment came back in good spirits saying, that they had "skunked them."History of the Twelfth West Virginia Volunteer Infantry|William Hewitt
Last night that posse of mine that you 'skunked,' you know, halted at the cross roads till them sojers went by.The Bell-Ringer of Angel's and Other Stories|Bret Harte
The Consarvatiff undertook tew ketch his skunk alive, and the konsequents waz, he got—skunked.Josh Billings, Hiz Sayings|Henry Wheeler Shaw
Everybody is tolerably well satisfied except the hook-and-ladder gang, which, as usual, is skunked again—never got a ladder out.Homeburg Memories|George Helgesen Fitch