skank

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v skank dance the skank
    • n skank a rhythmic dance to reggae music performed by bending forward and extending the hands while bending the knees
    • n skank any substance considered disgustingly foul or unpleasant
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Usage


In news:

No Doubt will skank their way to the bank / Photo by Getty Images.
When Ashley Shabankareh, the trombone player for the New Orleans ska band Local Skank, jams at the Norman Mayer Library in Gentilly this Saturday, she'll be doing so with a different group and an instrument that's sure to turn heads.
Eats, Skanks and Leaves: Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squad has kept up a vigorous touring schedule.
We are just now completing Skank Week, 2009.
" Skank case" precedent worries privacy groups.
Über Skank —Er, Socialite—Backs 125cc Grand Prix Team Last Page.
) annual Skank Week, new rumors have surfaced about the so-far-denied affair between Rachel Uchitel and Tiger Woods.
Yesterday the Post was able to track down and briefly harass the formerly anonymous blogger, now known to be 29-year-old Rosemary Port, who slurred model Liskula Cohen as a skank and a hag and so on.
The Slackers come complete with The Guy Who Just Skanks.
Of her next broadcast, tonight, Sunday, September 17th, DJ Darla Bea writes: It's going to be MADNESS on the KCSB Airwaves this Sunday from 8-10pm when we skank it up to the sounds of Two Tone Ska.
"You can't have a government in Norway without a coalition," noted their teacher, Jeanne Skanke, who is also on exchange here from Norway .
Axe Body Wash Will " Scrub Away the Skank".
The suspension is well padded, and treated with an anti-bacterial formula that helps keep down the skank factor.
Low Cut Connie make rock & roll in the great, skank-brained tradition of the Replacements at their most platonically who-gives-a-shit.
Skanks' Blogger Unmasked by Google Vows to Sue Company.
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