lunky

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

lunk +‎ -y

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Adjective[edit]

lunky (comparative lunkier, superlative lunkiest)

  1. Stupid; slow-witted; unintelligent.
    • 1990, John Updike, Rabbit at Rest, p. 98:
      As her mother tucks her brother in, Judy settles before the television and flicks from The Wonder Years to Night Court to a French movie, starring that lunky Depardieu who is in all of them, this time about a man who comes into a village and usurps another man’s identity, including his wife.

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