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  • adj. impressively large; exciting; used by glider pilots to describe excellent weather conditions
  • v. Present participle of stonk.


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  • "Thanks for the chat. I've got to go and defend Tess for the umpteenth time. As Hardy originally wrote it she gets off. Listen, try and figure some extenuating circumstances as to your actions. If you can't, then try and think up some stonking great lies. The bigger the better."

    - Jasper Fforde, 'Lost In A Good Book'.

    November 24, 2008