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lunk

 (lŭngk)
n. Slang
1. A tall, brawny man, especially a sexually attractive one.
2. A stupid man; a lunkheaded man.

[Probably short for lunkhead. Sense 1, perhaps influenced by hunk.]

lunk′y adj.

lunk

(lʌŋk)
n
an awkward, heavy, or stupid person
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Women's liberation arose in part in rebellion against SDS's often grotesque sexism, while the national office continued to be decorated with cheesecake posters and faux working-class lunks saying, "Our chicks aren't into that petty bourgeois women's lib bullshit" (actual quote, verbatim).