noun, plural skunks, (especially collectively) skunk.
verb (used with object)
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Origin of skunk
Example sentences from the Web for skunk
The team with Football Team for a name will still have a skunk for an owner and a quarterback whose selfishness will remind some of us of ourselves on foolish days.Don’t make what’s interesting important, Ron Rivera says. Easier said than done for Washington.|Thomas M. Boswell|December 27, 2020|Washington Post
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 Consarvatiff undertook tew ketch his skunk alive, and the konsequents waz, he got—skunked.Josh Billings, Hiz Sayings|Henry Wheeler Shaw
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
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
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