- v. Simple past tense and past participle of skank.
“Up front, Ari howled, screamed, toasted, crooned, skanked, hitched up her clothes, pulled at her bird's nest hair, and generally behaved in a most un-lady-like fashion.”
“I also skanked some handclap samples from the internet.”
“The “skanked-out” teen gets to see her body do things that give most men nightmares, and could die from complications during pregnancy and at childbirth.”
“How unfair is it that Kevin and Scotty essentially have to second-mortgage their home when some skanked-out teen can get a kid out of a broken condom and too much Smirnoff Ice?”
“I imagine that there is a rude boy somewhere in your past that skanked to the beat.”
“Finally, writers have more cachet than skanked-out pop stars and NBA players.”
“I know it's awfully cynical of me, but my first thought was "is he trying to figure out whether he had been skanked?”
“Dizzy Thinks: "Home Secretary I think I've been skanked"?”
“Or maybe a skanked out 10-speed with the bars flipped up?”
“Oh, and I walked by Thing 2's store and saw here in there all skanked out ... some things just never change.”
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