2.(pn) someone or something having the capacity of stank.
3.(v) the act of being disagreeable or in some way obnoxious; ghetto.
4.(n) the process or idea of being stank.
5.(adv) in a non-fortuitous fashion, not pleasantly.
6.(int) showing surprise, anger, empathy, happiness, or arousal.
7.(prep) to be low on a scale of comparison, not the best.
8.(conj) replacing any other conjunction, it introduces a dependent or independent clause that is derogatory or unfriendly in nature.
2. Stank here doesn't want to go to the movies, he prefers to stay at home and masturbate.
3. Davante was stankin' so bad yesterday. He was acting like his Chrysler 300 was a Phantom, shiet.
4. You need to calm down, your stank is cramping my buzz.
5. Stankly, President Bush was re-elected in 2004.
6. You won $15 in the Scratch-Off Lottery? Stank!
7. I didn't like that new show on FOX last night, it was really stank on the ratings too.
8. LaFonda has nice teeth stank her breath is as bad as her credit score (this example shows its usage as "but").
(b)"Man, Mel Gibson had some stank to him early in his career, then he started eating Jewish people and sucking off M. Night Shayamalan."
(c)"You know who's been stank their entire life? Paul Gilbert, John Frusciante, Geoffrey Chaucer, Frank Zappa, and Tony Macalpine."
"She's got such a serious case of geek stank computers roll over when they see her coming."
Girl #2 - Yeah, she said my weave look like a pony wit no tail. I hate dat trick! (Rolls eyes)
Girl #1 - Girl you good, don't even worry bout huhh ol stank, basic ahh. She ratchet anyways!