- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bonk.
“Kelly said he tried to radio for help three times, but his radio "bonked" - police jargon for failing to connect.”
“Pedaling on fumes, he "bonked" about2 miles from the summit of the Joux Plane and struggled to the finish line, losing several minutes to Ullrich.”
“Barrett was "bonked" and struggling to finish when they reached the south fork of the Yuba River.”
“I continued to record the notes that I got when I "bonked" the bars, though, and as I got more consistent in my mandolin building, guess what?, the notes were starting to end up about the same every time.”
“wow, I kind of bonked at the end of that quiz... 4 wrong in a row;”
“I can not believe you have never accidentally hit someone or bonked heads and not slapped your hand over your mouth to contain your laughter.”
“A hard plastic travel soap case makes it a snap to keep your digital camera safe from getting bonked around.”
“My brother had just been bonked on the head by a huge rock.”
“Among them is the monarch of horror, Stephen King, who may not have realised when he wrote in his new novel 11.22.63 "she leaned back and her head bonked on the door", that bonking has a more ribald meaning in the UK.Haruki Murakami, author of the 1Q84 trilogy, might also have thought better of calling one of his female characters Fukaeri.”
“The characteristic bonked on the head look, the silly, girly smile and the closed set beady eyes.”
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