Noun(1) an aggressive and violent young criminal(2) substance that smolders when ignited; used to light fuses (especially fireworks(3) material for starting a fire(4) a teenager or young adult who is a performer (or enthusiast(5) rock music with deliberately offensive lyrics expressing anger and social alienation; in part a reaction against progressive rock
Adjective(1) of very poor quality; flimsy
(1) He gave early exposure to forms of music such as punk , reggae and hip-hop and hundreds of musicians recorded sessions for his show.(2) From death metal to violins and Jewish harps, folk music, punk , soul, reggae and gospel, we've got it all.(3) The most moving of the three, this chapter has Spheeris move away from focusing on the performers and looks at the punk subculture itself.(4) At a time when ├ö├ç├┐punk├ö├ç├û is very much ├ö├ç├┐in,├ö├ç├û isn't it appropriate that we will soon get to see a real punk band in action?(5) The Damned were the first to publish a punk rock single, the first punk band to tour the States and influencers of countless other bands.(6) Although he wears a crisp button-down shirt, it is cut in the current baggy urban fashion and his hair has been shaved and styled in a slick hip-hop update of the punk Mohawk.(7) This punk had her short hair completely purple.(8) Why would a 43-year-old man still be drumming for a punk band?(9) I have on a pair of very tight drainpipe trousers, shirt and skinny tie, and a jacket whose thin lapels are partly hidden by a row of tiny badges featuring the names of punk bands.(10) A young punk with a hair dyed laser pink came over to my table.(11) Growing up as the post-Cold War generation, in a cushy house and being provided for, punk bands do not know what politics are about, or why they should bother.(12) Radio 4 is rooted in British post - punk tradition, and take a lot of their sound from the Clash, Mission of Burma, and Gang of Four.(13) Thirty years ago he fused the sound of punk with dub reggae and early hip-hop acts and created something new.(14) There's a lot of punk bands that start in high school and end in high school.(15) Back then he was a punk with green hair and ear rings.(16) Already garnering rave reviews, Cherry details the life of a young woman in Winnipeg's punk subculture as she gets entangled with an abusive boyfriend.
(1) punk rock :: roc pync
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2. punk rock ::
3. punk rocker ::
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5. thug ::
Different Formspunk, punker, punkest, punks
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