1.(n.)An unseen energy or force said to be the basis of all music creativity. From pre-macedonian lore related to those that are deeply driven by musical ambition.
by MarkFive September 04, 2006
sound emitted from a guitar when striking the string with the pick at a slight angle: as opposed to striking with the pick aligned parallel to the string. Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top uses this technique a lot. Two good samples of this are the songs Lagrange and Squank.
by motorpro October 28, 2006
by bobby April 27, 2004
The aroma left in the air after a long, steamy night of churning love milk into lust butter until it develops into a foaming stew of forbidden gravy!
by E. C. DeCow August 27, 2012
A lot of nothing. Anything that has no use or worth. Wasted space or effort both can be considered squank.
She rolled the dice needing a one or five to win, but she rolled a three. She rolled squank or that was a squank roll.
by BitchPuddingCME November 15, 2016
by derekm420 March 07, 2008
by The Kabbalah Krew May 22, 2008