funk[ fuhngk ]SEE DEFINITION OF funk
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FUNK
I suppose you have been asking yourself of late, what if you were to turn out to be a funk!'
The word “funk” flashed through his mind, and left him wondering.
Bamtz in his funk was only too glad to see the Frenchman humoured.
These beggars by the boat had every reason to go distracted with funk.
It must be said, in justice to Schomberg, that he concealed his funk very creditably.
Then I turned to my psychological study, entitled "The Funk."
The fact is, I let Harry Tristram put me in a funk, you know.
And the white-livered accomplice is dithering with funk in there.
How could I funk in the face of their weakness—I, who lived aft in the high place?
A green hand was allowed one show of funk; but that was all.