Shonk

Shonk
dishonest person; swindler or con artist

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  • shonk — Australian Slang dishonest person; swindler or con artist …   English dialects glossary

  • shonk — n British 1. the nose, especially a large and prom inent one. A synonym of conk, this is derived from the following sense. 2. a Jew. An offensive, racist term dating from the 19th century, when shonniker was a Yiddish word denoting a pedlar or… …   Contemporary slang

  • shonk — /ʃɒŋk/ (say shongk) noun Colloquial a shonky person. Also, shonky. {backformation of shonky} …  

  • shonk — …   Useful english dictionary

  • George Washington Shonk — (April 26, 1850 ndash;August 14, 1900) was a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.George W. Shonk was born in Plymouth, Pennsylvania. He attended the public schools and Wyoming Seminary in Kingston,… …   Wikipedia

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  • shonky Austral./NZ — informal adjective (shonkier, shonkiest) dishonest, unreliable, or illegal. noun (also shonk) a person engaged in suspect business activities. Origin 1970s: perh. from Engl. dialect shonk smart …   English new terms dictionary

  • shonky — /ˈʃɒŋki / (say shongkee) Colloquial –adjective Also, shonkie, shonkey. 1. of dubious integrity or honesty. 2. mechanically unreliable. –noun Also, shonk. 3. a dishonest person. 4. an act or activity which borders on dishonesty. {? from shonk,… …  

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