Definition for stunk (2 of 2)
verb (used without object), stank or, often, stunk; stunk; stink·ing.
verb (used with object), stank or, often, stunk; stunk; stink·ing.
Origin of stink
Related formsout·stink, verb (used with object), out·stank or, often, out·stunk; out·stunk; out·stink·ing.
Examples from the Web for stunk
One episode, the Christmas one, we all pigged out like crazy and went to see Tron: Legacy right after, and we all stunk horribly.
Then with his own hands he let down by a rope a bag of burning sulphur and pitch, and stunk them out.School Reading by Grades|James Baldwin
Their water, as it grew low, stunk abominably, and became full of worms.
This they seemed to void in a way of defence, and it stunk worse than assafoetida, or what is commonly called devil's dung.
British Dictionary definitions for stunk (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for stunk (2 of 2)
verb stinks, stinking, stank, stunk or stunk (mainly intr)
Word Origin for stink
Idioms and Phrases with stunk
In addition to the idiom beginning with stink
- stink to high heaven
- big stink
- make a stink
- smell (stink) up