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noun as in biting midge

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He was just tickled and amused by the situation, punky and very funny.

“I was the dirty kid, so of course I loved Punky, who was totally OK with herself,” Munn said.

"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.

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.

The first ledge would roll her bottom up, beating in her punky breast at the same time.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to punky, such as: no-see-um, punk, punkey, and punkie.

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