intransitive verb scun·ner \ˈskə-nər\

Definition of SCUNNER

chiefly Scottish
:  to be in a state of disgusted irritation

Origin of SCUNNER

Middle English (Scots) skunniren
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with SCUNNER



Definition of SCUNNER

:  an unreasonable or extreme dislike or prejudice

First Known Use of SCUNNER

circa 1520

Rhymes with SCUNNER


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