Definition Of skunks

verb

a cat-sized American mammal of the weasel family, with distinctive black-and-white-striped fur. When threatened it squirts a fine spray of foul-smelling irritant liquid from its anal glands toward its attacker.

The weasel family includes such colourful characters as otters, wolverines, skunks , minks and badgers.

defeat (someone) overwhelmingly in a game or contest, especially by preventing them from scoring at all.

After that, we went to play a round of pool so that I could redeem myself, and we both thought for a bit that I was going to skunk him.

fail to pay (a bill or creditor).

Example Of skunks

  • After purchasing a cap made of skunk fur and unable to hold any more purchases, he found himself back at the kissing booth.

  • After that, we went to play a round of pool so that I could redeem myself, and we both thought for a bit that I was going to skunk him.

  • All kinds of critters like to dine on poultry, including raccoons, skunks , opossums, weasels, foxes, coyotes, dogs and feral cats.

  • At birth, baby striped skunks are blind, deaf, and extremely immature.

  • Been skunked a few times this year, even though you used your favorite rod, went to your super-secret spot and wore your lucky underwear?


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