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Conk   Listen
verb
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



... a real box on the ears, so hard a blow that the ladylike young man burst into tears to the great indignation of a Chief Petty Officer staying in the Mission House, who declared that he was half in a mind to catch the young swab such a snitch on the conk as really would give him something to blubber about. Father Rowley evidently had no remorse for his violence, and the young man went away that afternoon saying how sorry he was that the legend of the good work being done at St. Agnes' had been so ...
— The Altar Steps • Compton MacKenzie

... another on the left. The boy squealed, turned, clawing and kicking, on Tinker, and, in ten seconds of crowded life, had learned the true significance of those cryptic terms an upper-cut on the potato-trap, a hook on the jaw, a rattler on the conk, and a buster on the mark. He lay down on the path to digest the lesson, and his little friends fled, ...
— The Admirable Tinker - Child of the World • Edgar Jepson



Words linked to "Conk" :   nose, stall, suffocate, cash in one's chips, change state, give-up the ghost, drop dead, United Kingdom, swoon, fall, famish, break down, pass out, decease, fail, turn, choke, croak, abort, drown, give out, snuff it, starve, die, hit, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, asphyxiate, break, stop, succumb, U.K., zonk out, stifle, halt, faint, give way, expire, conk out, black out, predecease, be born, pass away, yield, pass, go bad, Britain, pop off, kick the bucket



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