1A large piece of something, especially one of food cut or broken off a larger piece: a hunk of bread
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- By using knives and forks to cut food into smaller pieces, we no longer need a large enough jaw to cram in big hunks of food.
- The blast, not far from diplomatic quarters and the king's main palace, left piles of rubble, hunks of twisted metal, broken glass and a large crater.
- As they turned to face their attacker, they were met with a spread of missiles that sent them flying back in tangled hunks of shrapnel.
2 informal A sexually attractive man, especially a large, strong one.
- This is a woman whose man-meeting strategy is to go on cruises and toss herself overboard to attract rescue-minded hunks.
- After Jan grows up to be a young hunk, he too attracts the attention of the fairer sex.
- Would you vote for an unapologetically sexually aggressive hunk, however past his prime?
Words that rhyme with hunkbunk, chunk, clunk, drunk, dunk, flunk, funk, gunk, Monck, monk, plunk, shrunk, skunk, slunk, stunk, sunk, thunk, trunk
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