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"To a certain extent, though I suppose your cowboys will think us pretty punky at it," answered Jerry.
Apparently Punky did, for he muttered, "Aw right," and flecked the ash from his cigar.
ANN ARBOR TALESKARL EDWIN HARRIMAN
All the other meals were satisfactory, though an occasional one was punky.
As a rule the bean was large and punky, of a dark brown or dingy color, and its flavor was described as muddy.
ALL ABOUT COFFEEWILLIAM H. UKERS
The first ledge would roll her bottom up, beating in her punky breast at the same time.
That would be a chariot race to what we took before we hove in sight of that punky castle.
SHORTY MCCABESEWELL FORD
There was a movement, sure enough, and a flare of something—a torch of punky wood.
THE DEVIL'S ASTEROIDMANLY WADE WELLMAN
Down here in the heart of the mountain the planking had neither rotted nor become dry and punky.
Nunky-Punky says if the sun was to shine in here, the carpet would curl up and get singed.
THE BISHOP AND THE BOOGERMANJOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
The inlet had been reedy, and the water there quiet, and the soil we dug in punky and wet.
THE BELTED SEASARTHUR COLTON

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