punker

noun
punk·​er | \ ˈpəŋ-kər How to pronounce punker (audio) \

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Examples of punker in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Indeed, the half-hour show, like its three teen punker ghosts imprisoned inside their own 25-year-old demo CD, is a Disney Channel showbiz comedy trapped inside a Netflix prestige project. Robyn Bahr, Billboard, 10 Sep. 2020 Johansen was the lead singer of the proto-glam-punkers New York Dolls, who were influential in their own right, and had reinvented himself as a louche lounge act named Buster Poindexter. Wesley Morris, New York Times, 11 May 2020 His first venture featured San Pedro punkers Minutemen, $12 tickets and a school bus ride to the Mojave. Katie Walsh, Los Angeles Times, 11 Sep. 2019 This turbulent track comes from the pop-punkers' most recent album, California, which was also their first album to feature Matt Skiba as a lead vocalist in place of Tom DeLonge. Abby Jones, Billboard, 30 Mar. 2018 The song's title is inspired by the pay disparity between genders, but Los Angeles punkers could be forgiven for connecting Bag with the year 1977. Randall Roberts, latimes.com, 1 Mar. 2018 Newschool pop-punkers Waterparks are wasting little time in following up their promising debut album Double Dare, which just turned a year old last month. Chris Payne, Billboard, 13 Dec. 2017 Since then, the bar has embraced its uniquely Vegas mission to mix video gambling, punk rock, cheap drinks and a DIY-bumper-sticker aesthetic in an round-the-clock operation that attracts both hardcore punkers and tourists with soft underbellies. Atlanta Travel, ajc, 23 May 2017 Since then, the bar has embraced its uniquely Vegas mission to mix video gambling, punk rock, cheap drinks and a DIY-bumper-sticker aesthetic in an round-the-clock operation that attracts both hardcore punkers and tourists with soft underbellies. Atlanta Travel, ajc, 23 May 2017

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“Punker.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/punker. Accessed 26 Jul. 2021.

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