Noun(1) a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible(2) a defeat in a game where one side fails to score(3) street names for marijuana(4) American musteline mammal typically ejecting an intensely malodorous fluid when startled; in some classifications put in a separate subfamily Mephitinae
Verb(1) defeat by a lurch
(1) Just as Lola was about to skunk Sherice with her peg points the doorbell rang.(2) Like that amorous skunk PepÔö£┬« Le Pew, you're determined to make a luscious someone yours, even if she thinks you're stinky.(3) I knew he was a good fisherman, but I didn't expect him to skunk you(4) I got some arranging to do and we don't want that skunk to know we smell him yet.(5) Something about it was not what I'm used to, but it still smelled like skunk .(6) There is only a dead skunk where water on road would be.(7) I can't believe that stinky skunk hung up on me!(8) He also can't smell skunk so I'm not sure what I expect.(9) Outside there would be the pervasive odor of skunk .(10) No, I lived in the city, and I knew the smell of skunk quite well.(11) After purchasing a cap made of skunk fur and unable to hold any more purchases, he found himself back at the kissing booth.(12) There was, it turned out, a dead, bloated skunk trapped just beneath one of the storm sewer grates in the alley next to our house.(13) The spray from a skunk will not cause permanent blindness.(14) The thought of a bar on a Saturday night was as appealing as a dead skunk .(15) He's a wily, nefarious skunk , is what he is, gang.(16) Then again, does the smell of a skunk's spray necessarily follow the skunk out of the room?