noun, plural skunks, ( especially collectively ) skunk.
verb (used with object)
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Twain and his brother get drunk, get skunk ed, and end up—and one point—naked, with nothing but their own laughter.
The boys of that regiment came back in good spirits saying, that they had ” skunk ed them.”
Last night that posse of mine that you ‘ skunk ed,’ you know, halted at the cross roads till them sojers went by.
The Consarvatiff undertook tew ketch his skunk alive, and the konsequents waz, he got— skunk ed.
Everybody is tolerably well satisfied except the hook-and-ladder gang, which, as usual, is skunk ed again—never got a ladder out.Skunk definition, a small North American mammal, Mephitis mephitis, of the weasel family, having a black coat with a white, V-shaped stripe on the back, and ejecting a fetid odor when alarmed or attacked. See more. ]]>