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  • n. uncle.


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  • Do you know he has got debts of his own, of one sort or another, that poor unky has never heard of, to the amount of upwards of a thousand pounds? '


  • 'Impossible! why Jacob told me unky was working night and day at preparations for your keeping the wedding at Cleves.'


  • N is so incredibly lucky to have his unky in his life - and he'll grow up knowing that too.

    blog: Our house

  • 'You carry me down-stairs, unky?' the little nephew suggested, with an appealing glance at his new uncle.

    The Grim Smile of the Five Towns

  • That is, until Tim Roth gets injected with something unky and turns into a giant CG abomination, and Norton's Bruce Banner gets tossed out of a chopper (a scene cribbed straight from the comics) and hits the ground as the Hulk.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • And not some fl unky from the local of fi ce with an art degree.”



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