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Words that Rhyme with Punk

A list of all words that end in "unk" with 7 or fewer letters.
According to the Scrabble word list. I also added one neologism and removed one strange derogatory term
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First submittedMay 17, 2014
Last updatedMay 17, 2014
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Definition
Word
Rubbish
Junk
What the Titanic did
Sunk
1970's musical style
Funk
Unit of cheese, or an attractive male
Hunk
Sleep cubby
Bunk
Large, irregular piece of something
Chunk
Style of Southern hip-hop
Crunk
Discredit; expose the flaws of
Debunk
What Lebron does frequently
Dunk
Unpleasant sticky substance
Gunk
Noise made by a car engine
in need of repair
Clunk
To explore a cave
Spelunk
Oaf
Lunk
Definition
Word
Malodorous animal
Skunk
What the above did
Stunk
Had pondered
Thunk
Elephant appendage
Trunk
Inebriated
Drunk
Moved furtively
Slunk
Sound made by putting something down;
or, to hit someone with a baseball
Plunk
Like a drink that remains unconsumed
Undrunk
Like a boat that remains afloat
Unsunk
Fail at school
Flunk
Moxy
Spunk
Reduced in size
Shrunk
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level 73
May 19, 2014
Unsunk? Undrunk? Seems like a stretch to me. But it a fun quiz nonetheless.
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level 57
May 30, 2014
Agreed, those were a stretch.
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level 45
May 31, 2014
Yeah, exactly.
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level 58
Sep 8, 2015
I do find it funny that you question the inclusion of those words, which are actual, grammatically correct words, yet "thunk" doesn't bother you?!
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level 58
Sep 8, 2015
Unless that was originally not in the quiz, in which case never mind me!
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level 62
Dec 19, 2015
"Thunk" is a word meaning a sound made when something is dropped. The definition given is perhaps to distinguish it from "plunk".
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level 54
Mar 8, 2016
@McLerristarr it is also a term that can be used to describe the past tense of "think"
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level 63
Mar 11, 2017
No it is not. The past tense of "think" is "thought".
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level 57
Nov 17, 2017
Monk rhymes with punk!!!
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level 60
Nov 18, 2017
I was expecting monk to be there. I agree that thunk, unsunk, and undrunk are a stretch.
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level 66
Aug 20, 2018
Yes, monk should be on here.
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level 61
Jul 21, 2019
do you pronounce it as munk then or do you pronounce punk as ponk? (curious)
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level 73
Sep 19, 2019
^ monk is pronounced munk
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level 35
Aug 14, 2018
monk?
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level 76
May 30, 2014
Easy-peasy, and fun.
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level 76
May 30, 2014
Crunk sounds like something that should be sunk.
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level 44
May 30, 2014
The answers with the "un" prefix were ...not my favourites, but a good quiz overall.
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level 36
May 30, 2014
haha i admit that i got lot of these (like lunk) just by going to the alphabet and putting 'unk' on the end of each letter
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level 34
May 30, 2014
I really hope I wasn't the only one to type in spunk for Unpleasant sticky substance?
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level 38
May 30, 2014
I did that too. LOL
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level 62
Aug 13, 2017
In NZ a spunk is a hunk.
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level 71
Aug 19, 2018
That could sure lead to some awkward interaction with Americans.
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level 64
May 30, 2014
No punk?
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level 45
May 30, 2014
Got all but one. I should have known "crunk" from watching So You Think You Can Dance"! Fun quiz!
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level 36
Mar 12, 2015
That's where I got it too! LOLOL I love that show! It is so different from that other one...
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level 58
May 30, 2014
I kept waiting for Monk and other non -unk words that rhyme.
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level 63
May 30, 2014
"Krunk" is an alternate spelling for "Crunk".
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level 68
May 30, 2014
"Quizmeister Monk doesn't end with -unk..." Ahh but title says RHYMES with punk, which monk surely does.
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level 49
May 30, 2014
And the instructions also say "A list of all words that end in "unk" with 7 or fewer letters. According to the Scrabble word list. I also added one neologism and removed one strange derogatory term." So "monk" clearly doesn't.
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level 63
Jun 2, 2014
Quizmeister and Quizmaster aren't the same.
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level 58
May 30, 2014
Thunk is also the sound of something being put down. Plunk is more the act of putting it down. "Just plunk it down right there". Thunk is the sound it makes.
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level 58
Apr 29, 2018
It's plonk in that context, not plunk. Plunk definitely describes a sound
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level 39
Jun 1, 2014
Agree about the Titanic question. Also, what the skunk did should be stank, not stunk.
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level 36
Mar 12, 2015
But that wouldn't be any fun(k)....hmmm... Might be on to something...
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level 36
Jun 1, 2014
Spelunk? Seriously?
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level 83
Jun 9, 2014
Yes, seriously. Not that uncommon of a word.
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level 52
Oct 13, 2018
agree... it was more obvious to me than some others. like lunk and crunk, and as for typing random letters... that's a cop out, and skews the results for folk who answer to the best of their ability
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level 34
Sep 24, 2014
You would think that "monk" would be on here instead of some of the fake words.
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level 61
Oct 13, 2014
No clue for which Jetpunk is the answer?
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level 41
Jun 12, 2015
Fun quiz!
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level 71
Aug 15, 2016
Loved it!
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level 64
Sep 27, 2016
Fun! I have no idea why I know what "crunk" is, but I do!
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level 79
Oct 13, 2016
I would suggest that snuck be allowed for moved furtively
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level 58
Apr 29, 2018
Since when does snuck rhyme with punk?
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level 58
Apr 29, 2018
I snunk through the hall on my way to get a drink.
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level 72
Aug 19, 2018
Well, I snunk through the hall on my way to get drunk.
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level 61
Jul 21, 2019
and saw a skunk?
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level 6
Oct 14, 2016
i smell like funk
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level 44
Dec 9, 2016
Knew some of them, and then it was all a matter of guessing to get most of the other ones. Didn't even know the word spelunk existed, and I agree about the un- words being a bit of a stretch
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level 45
Feb 21, 2017
Didn't eventhink to put un in front of drunk or sunk
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level 77
Mar 16, 2017
Isn't it spelled moxie?
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level 38
Nov 14, 2017
The correct spelling for the exploration of a cave is spelonk, NOT spelunk.
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level 68
Nov 14, 2017
http://www.dictionary.com/misspelling?term=spelonk&s=t Literally says "Did you mean "spelunk?"
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level 67
Dec 28, 2017
Like this?...... try 'Words that rhyme with RIG'..........here it is
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level 60
Apr 6, 2018
Spunk means something COMPLETELY different in the UK ;-)
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level 77
Apr 29, 2018
Mary Tyler Moore was full of spunk.
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level 50
May 18, 2018
Am I going to be the one that points out that the answer to "What the Titanic did?" is "SANK". The Titanic SANK, but it was SUNK by the iceberg.
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level 54
Aug 20, 2018
No, you're definitely not going to be "the one" who points it out.
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level 61
Jul 27, 2019
Similarly, the skunk stank.
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level 51
May 24, 2018
I don't know English that well so all I did in this quiz was making up random words and got almost all of them.
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level 42
Jun 23, 2018
Typed in what I thought was the answer to Unpleasant sticky substance. Instead got the answer to Moxy
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level 43
Aug 19, 2018
Had to google to find the word "crunk" but got the rest.
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level 72
Aug 19, 2018
Tunk and monk would've made better answers than some of the 2-syllable versions of other answers. Probably make a good name for a place to eat too.
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level 67
Oct 3, 2018
I somehow managed to read "inebriated" as invertebrate!? Surprisngly, I didnt get the answer.
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level 38
Jul 8, 2019
Took me forever to figure out how to spell spelunk
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level 61
Jul 21, 2019
Only missed 4 ! not bad for a non native english speaker :) Never heard of lunk and also missed clunk (I made so many different "noises"like cachunk... kaplunk, any of those noises would make me think the car needs repair hahah) spunk and slunk (did know what moxie was, but didnt know furtively)
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level 30
Sep 29, 2019
I think "Moxy" is more commonly spelled "Moxie."
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level 39
Sep 29, 2019
'JetPunk'?