Definition of lunk in English:

lunk

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Pronunciation: /lʌŋk
 
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noun

  • short for lunkhead.
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    • For a big lunk, Gandolfini can convey a world of emotion with the tiniest flinch or eye flicker.
    • But will a couple who paid $80,000 hoping for a science whiz be happy with a dumb lunk destined to pump gas at the corner filling station?
    • Of course, these stupid lunks get out their own weapons, and I'm all laughing, because these stupid cheese-heads are going into a fight with a Kobrian!

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