Definition of Skunks

1. Noun. (plural of skunk) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of skunk) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Skunks

1. skunk [v] - See also: skunk

Medical Definition of Skunks

1. Omnivorous new world mammals of the family mustelidae, showing typical warning colouration of patterned black and white and able to eject a malodorous secretion when the animal is startled or in danger. (12 Dec 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Skunks

skunk
skunk-weed
skunk bear
skunk cabbage
skunk works
skunkball
skunkbush
skunked
skunkhead
skunkheads
skunkier
skunkiest
skunking
skunkish
skunklike
skunks (current term)
skunktop
skunkweed
skunkweeds
skunkworks
skunky
skurf
skurfing
skurried
skurries
skurry
skurrying
skute
skutes
skutterudite

Literary usage of Skunks

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1. The Ottawa Naturalist by Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club (1907)
"It is well known that skunks have a fondness for eggs as well as poultry, ... Two instances of skunks robbing poultry houses have come under my ..."

2. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington by Biological Society of Washington (1903)
"... of Mexican mammals made by EW Nelson and EA Goldman for the Biological Survey of the US Department of Agriculture contain large series of skunks of all ..."

3. The Mammals of Illinois and Wisconsin by Charles Barney Cory (1912)
"It may be readily distinguished from our common skunks ... Map illustrating supposed distribution of skunks belonging to the genus ..."

4. The Natural Wealth of California: Comprising Early History; Geography by Titus Fey Cronise (1868)
"MAMMALIA : Bears—Raccoon- skunks—Glutton--Fi°her—Marten- Weasel Otter Cougar—Jaguar'-Ocelot—Wild Cats—Wolf—Coyote Foxes —Sea Lions and Seals -Sen ..."

5. Mammalia: Their Various Orders and Habits Popularly Illustrated by Typical by Louis Figuier, Guillaume Louis Figuier (1870)
"The skunks (Mephitis, Cuv.)—In their size and general shap the skunks approach the larger species of Marten; hut they differ much from them in their dental ..."

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