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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of clonk.

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Examples

  • When Ms. Moore clonked into the mic stand, Brock said "she just bumped into her twin."

    Ken Levine: The Emmys

  • But when Don had the gall to ask Allison to write her own recommendation letter, I don't think there was a perpetually put-upon employee watching -- male or female -- who didn't cheer when she very nearly clonked Mr. Draper right in the noggin.

    'Mad Men': Who was this week's empowered heroine -- Allison or Peggy?

  • Akmal clonked a four off Broad, but you didn't miss much.

    England v Pakistan – as it happened

  • Miley is clonked on the head (by a pipe, by a coconut, by a ladder) in a running gag, and for no good reason a character has a pet ferret.

    In 'Observe,' Rogen Is Memorably Superbad

  • And there is not a single documented case of a human being clonked on the head by one of these things.

    CNN Transcript Jan 27, 2008

  • MILES O'BRIEN, CNN SPACE CORRESPONDENT: Sixty-thousand tons of debris, either manmade or nature's meteorites rain down on us every year and there is not a single documented case of a human being clonked on the head by one of these things.

    CNN Transcript Jan 27, 2008

  • Thick, wooden platforms clonked against the tiled floor, her diminutive figure swathed in a breezy, brightly-colored floor-length dress.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • She apparently got clonked twice whilst pounding corn into meal; once she whacked herself, once her partner wonked her (both times accidentally).

    Amazing Race Scariness

  • That always seemed particularly gruesome to me - getting clonked over the head with a candlestick.

    thank you to someone

  • If you preached a whole sermon on that metaphor, yes, I'd have to say you should be clonked on the head.

    Strictly Entre Nous

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