Definitions

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  • noun The state or condition of being hunky.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Primoz Bezjak, who keeps his "hunkiness" under wraps) is recommended for similar work in a small-town garage owned by a salty old fellow, played by Slovenian theater pro

    GreenCine Daily

  • Primoz Bezjak, who keeps his "hunkiness" under wraps) is recommended for similar work in a small-town garage owned by a salty old fellow, played by Slovenian theater pro

    GreenCine Daily

  • Primoz Bezjak, who keeps his "hunkiness" under wraps) is recommended for similar work in a small-town garage owned by a salty old fellow, played by Slovenian theater pro

    GreenCine Daily

  • Primoz Bezjak, who keeps his "hunkiness" under wraps) is recommended for similar work in a small-town garage owned by a salty old fellow, played by Slovenian theater pro

    GreenCine Daily

  • There's an interview with artist Steve McNiven, a rating of Logan's super-hunkiness, a look at Wolverine merchandise, and more.

    Logan’s run: A roundup of all things Wolverine | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment

  • My suspicion is that its a result of the classic view of beauty/hunkiness.

    Sex and the Olympic Athlete

  • You won't be surprised to find out that he is the second most sexy MSP candidate, only a few points behind THIS fine example of Scottish Tory hunkiness.

    Who's the Sexiest MSP?

  • I am a feminist and I do like men, some men more than others, some for their intellectuall prowess, some for their bravery, some for their sensitivity and compassion, some for their adventurous spirits and some for their ... oh well, what to call it and still remain politically correct ... hunkiness?

    Adaptation, assimilation or dissolution?

  • I mean, Pitt had numerous virtues, but when did hunkiness become one of them?

    Unfinished

  • I mean, Pitt had numerous virtues, but when did hunkiness become one of them?

    The Little Professor:

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