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  • noun Plural form of funk.

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Examples

  • I would definitely find someone to talk to – a professional, a friend, a family member anyone. we all get in funks and when Im in one I find its so much easier to talk to someone I trust who can listen objectively.

    In a sum, depression. «

  • I noticed when she arrived that she was in one of her "funks," not depression but rather not taking care of herself and drinking more than normal.

    My Week As A Western Movie

  • I noticed when she arrived that she was in one of her "funks," not depression but rather not taking care of herself and drinking more than normal.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • I noticed when she arrived that she was in one of her "funks," not depression but rather not taking care of herself and drinking more than normal.

    My Week As A Western Movie

  • (Particularly when it goes into printing "funks".)

    News: Digital Photography Review (dpreview.com)

  • "funks," though the Allied aviators knew that it was not their opponents 'lack of courage which was the principal fault, even if they had lost _morale_ from being the under dog and lacked British and French initiative, but numbers and material.

    My Second Year of the War

  • "funks" the pain of landing over a fence and tries his best to avoid jumping.

    The Horsewoman A Practical Guide to Side-Saddle Riding, 2nd. Ed.

  • It's really hard to call out one particular player, though just about everyone in the Kansas rotation went through offensive funks.

    Kansas - Team Notes

  • THE BAD NEWS: While the offense showed promise and potential, too often the Huskers were stymied by long scoring funks.

    Nebraska - Team Notes

  • Far too often, the team went into shooting funks and long scoring droughts.

    Conference USA

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