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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of spunk.

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Examples

  • And she's had her own Channel 5 show, Billion $$ Girl, simply to boast about how much dosh she spunks on fripperies.

    It's a good week for … Money

  • Council spunks 10 thousand up against the wall on pigeon awareness day

    New Labours "Cool Britannia" - pigeon awareness day.

  • This is Michael Jackson, remember – the auction will be back on just as soon as he spunks away his comeback fortune on 40 giant marble vases that look like mermaid elephants.

    Randy Calls Michael Jackson Auction ‘Distasteful’, Isn’t Referring To Contents

  • Also look closer to home or rather 2nd home in the case of MP's, at the average £100,000+ that each and every MP spunks away on expenses, that is on top of their huge wages.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Whilst I have to drag my arse to work each day come rain or shine, have to pay my transport costs - no MP perks or benefits funded taxis for the kiddies for me - have to do my 35 hours and slog on for more hours to cover the exploding cost of living and the state spunks away my monies on people like Toorpakai Saindi.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • He kept also a little oil lamp, in case he needed to finish some process in a failing light, and a box with flint and tinder, charred cloth and touchwood, and sulphur-tipped spunks for kindling it.

    The Heretic's Apprentice

  • He kept also a little oil lamp, in case he needed to finish some process in a failing light, and a box with flint and tinder, charred cloth and touchwood, and sulphur-tipped spunks for kindling it.

    The Heretic's Apprentice

  • She spunks up and her eyes sparkles whenever she thinks about that there tobaccer trust.

    Danny's Own Story

  • He was a wizened, shivering old man, often bare-footed, wearing at the best a thin ragged coat that had been black but was green-brown with age, and he made his spunks as well as sold them.

    Auld Licht Idylls

  • He was a wizened, shivering old man, often barefooted, wearing at the best a thin, ragged coat that had been black but was green-brown with age, and he made his spunks as well as sold them.

    Auld Licht Idyls

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