noun. ['ˈbʌŋk'] a long trough for feeding cattle.
Words that Rhyme with Bunk
How do you pronounce bunk?
Pronounce bunk as bəŋk.
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Example sentences of the word bunk
1. Noun, singular or mass
Debunking a bunk bed is the process of detaching the bottom bed and top bed from each other.
Its one-room cabins overlook the lakes and contain bunk beds, a double bed, a table and benches.
Quotes containing the word bunk
1. So I walked back to my room and collapsed on the bottom bunk, thinking that if people were rain, I was drizzle and she was a hurricane.
- John Green, Looking for Alaska
2. Life is not to be taken seriously, as we are really temporary here. We are like a pre-paid card with limited validity. If we are lucky, we may last another 50 years. And 50 years is just 2,500 weekends. Do we really need to get so worked up? It’s ok, bunk a few classes, goof up a few interviews, fall in love. We are people, not programmed devices.
- Chetan Bhagat
3. Happy roads is bunk. Weary roads is right. Get you nowhere fast. That's where I've got—nowhere. Where everyone lands in the end, even if most of the suckers won't admit it.
- Eugene O'Neill, Long Day's Journey Into Night
noun. ['ˈbʌŋk'] a bed on a ship or train; usually in tiers.
- upper berth
- built in bed
- lower berth
noun. ['ˈbʌŋk'] a rough bed (as at a campsite).
verb. ['ˈbʌŋk'] provide with a bunk.
noun. ['ˈbʌŋk'] beds built one above the other.
noun. ['ˈbʌŋk'] a message that seems to convey no meaning.
- stuff and nonsense
- empty words
- subject matter
- fa la
- nonsense verse
- empty talk
- fal la
- hot air
noun. ['ˈbʌŋk'] unacceptable behavior (especially ludicrously false statements).
- Irish bull
verb. ['ˈbʌŋk'] avoid paying.
- pull in
- be born
- log in
verb. ['ˈbʌŋk'] flee; take to one's heels; cut and run.
- take to the woods
- head for the hills
- run away
- take flight
- fly the coop
- go away
- hightail it
- turn tail
- break away
- go forth