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Definition of "lunk" [lunk]

  • A fool; an idiot; a lunkhead. (noun)

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Use "lunk" in a sentence
  • "Or the one where another "lunk"-that's what Planet Fitness calls these sorts of people- struggles to tie his shoes."
  • "It was about at the point where Jack would shrug his shoulders as if to say there was no point in arguing with a lunk like Roger, which always made Roger mad."
  • "Pitt, meanwhile, comes across as a bit of a knackered lunk, too vanilla for his struggles to grip in the same way as, say, those of Michael Sheen's Brian Clough in The Damned United – a film with a similar real-life sporting triumph template."