Definition of punk:
nerve, dismal, young man, bush-league, blues, punk rocker, yob, tacky, wack, stumblebum, mod, flash, yobo, bluegrass, exhaust hood, crimes, lousy, suboptimal, wanting, crummy, lump, down, Teddy boy, inferior, hooligan, punk rock, indisposed, cowling, clod, hoodlum, sordid, yobbo, ruffian, fellow, cheesy, goon, lens hood, sickened, paltry, wrong, bad, seedy, chintzy, cheap, loud, substandard, sour, bully, wretched, lummox, bebop, execrable, unacceptable, gimcrack, inexpensive, mug, cap, trashy, stumper, spunk, atrocious, lubber, lame, thug, deficient, mettle, seamy, rotten, ailing, sucky, background music, toughie, ambient, brassy, chinchy, lout, inflammation, acid jazz, acid house, boy, kindling, gawk, bhangra, hood, firing, Goth, peaky, roughneck, family man, ignition, bum, emo, meretricious, poser, gaudy, tough, bonnet, guy, unsound, dissatisfactory, bastard, terrible, tawdry, attack, street fighter, off, lighting, garish, horrible, oaf, bush, tatty, run-down, ill, subpar, rocker, backing, backup, awful, tinder, strong-armer, sticker, touchwood, unhealthy, sleazy, lad, unsatisfactory, male, poorly, macho man, tinny, peaked, rowdy, squalid, boy wonder, heart, gentleman, cowl, unwell, flashy.
- "King Spruce, A Novel", Holman Day.
- "Unwise Child", Gordon Randall Garrett.
- "The Valley of Vision", Henry Van Dyke.