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“The thunk of each lever was as satisfying as closing the door of a vintage Mercedes,” wrote one.RIP, Lever Voting Machines: Where Did Old Booths Go?|Eliza Shapiro|November 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The first time I saw it from the air… my jaw literally—thunk—hit the desk.
“Who would have thunk it,” said Madonna somewhat presciently when discussing her marriage to Guy Ritchie a couple of years ago.
I didn't thunk ob dat—but you could hab fixed it easy 'nough.Wyoming|Edward Sylvester Ellis
The only sound was the muffled thunk of the glass container against the concrete.Make Mine Homogenized|Rick Raphael
Something went whining and whistling over him, there was a thunk and a screech.The Stars, My Brothers|Edmond Hamilton
It's his own fault, lad—he should have thunk o' those things afore he consented to help on the job.To Alaska for Gold|Edward Stratemeyer
We already point with pride to some of the wonderful thoughts that our leading thinkists, with their thinkers, have thunk.Remarks|Bill Nye