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  • n. Plural form of squonk.


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  • It's kind of like the guy who sets his car alarm to such a sensitivity that it shrieks and squonks if you so much as walk within twenty feet of it.

    Crooks and Liars

  • The group, acting as a quartet, threw what sounded like boxes of ill-padded cookware down a fire escape, while one member, armed with an alto sax, wandered through the audience, little tweets and squonks springing up this way and that.


  • However, I knew that with the level of synthetic bass, squonks, and squeal being mixed live on the stage, it would only be a matter of time before Dallas Police would shut it down again. stories

  • "Demons" is, at first, all Moog squonks and ominous chords, before finally hatching into an up-tempo, piano led chorus of harmonized vocals.

    Playback:stl Syndication


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