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Conk   Listen
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conk  v. t.  To hit on the head; as, to conk someone on the head with a pipe. (slang)






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Conk" Quotes from Famous Books



... which, when relieved from Sunday use, was for many years sounded as a week-day signal in the hay-field. Even a conch-shell was enough of an expense to the poor colonial churches. The Montague people in 1759 paid L1 10s. for their "conk," and also on the purchase year gave Joseph Root 20 shillings for blowing the new shell. In 1785 the Whately church voted that "we will not improve anybody to blow the conch," and so the church-attendants straggled to Whately meeting each at his own ...
— Sabbath in Puritan New England • Alice Morse Earle



Words linked to "Conk" :   give way, stall, nose, croak, asphyxiate, buy it, go bad, succumb, pip out, pass, UK, driving, fail, die, Great Britain, conk out, exit, give-up the ghost, break down, swoon, drown, give out, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, abort, Britain, stop, olfactory organ, stifle, United Kingdom, turn, yield, suffocate, hit, break, starve, be born, snuff it, pop off, go, famish, U.K., change state, expire, zonk out, buy the farm



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