Definition of cankle in English:

cankle

Syllabification: can·kle
Pronunciation: /ˈkaNGkəl
 
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noun

informal
An unusually thick or stout ankle.
More example sentences
  • ‘Well I already have cankles to begin with,’ he laughed.
  • I don't even want to talk about the cankles anymore.
  • Anyone could fall in love with Rosemary and her cankles.

Origin

blend of calf and ankle.

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