Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bunk.(verb)
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Use "bunks" in a sentence
"One decided advantage of a warm climate for men who have to be frequently in and out of their clothes and their bunks is the simplicity of costume which it allows."
"But after a few minutes 'cogitation, I remembered that my bunks on either side of the cabin could be turned up against the bulkhead, and at each end of the bunks was a flat piece of steel fifteen or eighteen inches long which held the berth-bench when it was let down."
"Before Mr. Johnson's design, most boat trailers used boards covered in carpeting, called bunks, to support a vessel on the trailer's metal frame."