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- n. Plural form of punk.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of punk.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a youth subculture closely associated with punk rock music in the late 1970s; in part a reaction to the hippy subculture; dress was optional but intended to shock (plastic garbage bags or old school uniforms) and hair was dyed in bright colors (in Mohican haircuts or sometimes spiked in bright plumes)
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LOL call you own staff members punks is not going to get you any where. so where are they the banks going to let you golf at?
Do you really think the lives of 5 street punks is with the life of one surgeon?
The arrogance of those punks is not patriotism it is the result of unbridled greed.
Entitled punks are the new American majority, Brooks claims, in slightly different words.
It is high time to call the punks and thugs out into the open.
A cursory listen to My Aim Is True proves that the main connection that Costello had with the punks was his unbridled passion.
Helping those that choose to be on the street, ie. the young "punks" you descibe is not satisfying at all.
The commercial was a 30-second spot in which a group of teenagers "punks," according to my husband rush into the home of one of the boys in the group.
If you are not ashamed of these horrible "punks" I am.
The commercial was a thirty-second spot in which a group of teenagers ( "punks," according to my husband) rushed into the home of one of the boys in the group.
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