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- v. Present participle of konk.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Theeze stufft knitted pawz nawt much for konking wif, aifinknawt.
If I had my choice of sex or sleep ... hand me a pillow, Sam 'cos I'm konking out.
This peek on destruction is Pythagorean only in the sense that with the cataclysmic konking of the last vestige of cultural ritual will come the kind of complete social and psychic freedom that only natural timeless anarchy can offer, the birth of a new people into the Eternity of Joy.
Northbolt at dawn if my old airship's ready -- came down there with a konking engine -- plug trouble.
For example it trying to compensate for the massive change in exposure and konking out.
Maybe, instead of just konking each other on the heads with clubs, those Neanderthals had a bit more going for them.
Another popular riff was The Spectre growing to "King Kong" like proportions and scooping evil-doers up into his giant hand, as well as another staple of many subsequent Spectre stories, that of whisking adversaries and evil-doers to some conveniently far-off "astral plane' to do battle... often konking each other on the head with planets and the like.