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chank

colloquial, obsolete To chew noisily. Primarily heard in US. All you could hear was the chanking of the horses as they fed on the oats and hay I'd left out for them.
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chank

n. a fat, ugly woman. (From chunky skank. Contrived and forced.) What a chank! A real butterface.
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The frat party, held off campus Saturday, had people dressed up as Asian stereotypes and an invitation that included "Chank You" and other language to represent broken English.
Effect of semduramicin, salinomycin, and monensin on performance, chank pigmentation, and coccidial lesions in broiler chickens in floor pens.
Foreign merchants have always been excluded [from Bhutan] except the Kashmiri houses who in consideration of a large sum of money are permitted to transfer otter skins, chank [conch shells] and a few other articles through the country.
Lindsay goes into the exotic lingerie business with friends, but isn't pleased to learn that a large chank of the order money hand gone to fund the biggest drugs deal the area's seen for a long time.
(1960) and the introduction of scientific methods of fishing in a coastal village in South India in The Left-Handed Chank (Arora, 1966).