stunk


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stunk

 (stŭngk)
v.
A past tense and the past participle of stink.

stunk

(stʌŋk)
vb
a past tense and past participle of stink

stink

(stɪŋk)

v. stank, often, stunk; stunk; stink•ing; v.i.
1. to emit a strong offensive smell.
2. to be offensive to propriety.
3. Informal. to be disgustingly inferior.
4. Slang. to have a large quantity of something (usu. fol. by of or with).
v.t.
5. to cause to stink or be otherwise offensive (often fol. by up).
n.
6. a strong offensive smell; stench.
7. Informal. an unpleasant fuss; scandal.
[before 900; Old English stincan, c. Middle Dutch, Middle Low German stinken, Old High German stinchan; compare stench]
Translations

stink

(stiŋk) past tense stank (staŋk) : past participle stunk (staŋk) verb
to have a very bad smell. That fish stinks; The house stinks of cats.
noun
a very bad smell. What a stink!
References in classic literature ?
The High Street stunk of oil; we wondered how people could live in it.
I stunk and should be able to get loose in 54 pitches in a big-league game.