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funky

1. slang Unpleasant, especially of smells. Don't drink that milk, it smells funky. You smell kind of funky—have you showered?
2. slang Describing funk music or music that contains funk elements. Typically, such music is particularly rhythmic and features a prominent bassline. Ooh, that's a funky riff—I like it!
3. slang Quirky, different, or odd. I just love Lucy's funky fashion sense.
4. slang Charmingly modest or unsophisticated. This funky part of town suits Tim's personality well.

funky-drunk

slang Very drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really funky-drunk!

funky-fresh

slang Very cool or good. Whoa, that song is funky-fresh—I love it!
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

funky

and phunky
1. mod. strange; far out. I like your funky hat.
2. mod. basic and simple; earthy. I like to be around funky people.
3. mod. smelly; obnoxious. This place is really funky. Open some windows.
4. mod. unkempt. Your hair is sort of funky. Comb it.

funky-drunk

mod. alcohol intoxicated; stinking drunk. The guy is funky-drunk, and I think he’s going to be sick.

funky-fresh

mod. very good. (see also fresh.) Mary is funky-fresh when she works out, but a real slow runner when she’s been lazy.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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