ZONK

Etymology

Noun

zonk (plural zonks)

An unfavorable card or token, or undesirable or worthless item used as a prize in a contest or game show (such as Let's Make a Deal).

(slang) A feeling of a drug taking hold.

Verb

zonk (third-person singular simple present zonks, present participle zonking, simple past and past participle zonked)

To hit hard [1950].

(transitive) To make (someone) sleepy or delirious, to put into a stupor [1968].

(intransitive, usually followed by “out”) To become exhausted, sleepy or delirious.

Anagrams

• Konz

Source: Wiktionary



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