funkier funkier


  1. (adj) offensively malodorous
  2. (adj) (of jazz) having the soulful feeling of early blues
  3. (adj) stylish and modern in an unconventional way
  4. (adj) in a state of cowardly fright


  1. Still, Kanazawa's 250 silk dyers are changing with the times, trading old patterns for funkier graphics and designing cocktail dresses as well as kimono.
  2. Just when you thought they'd gotten the boot: the thicker, funkier Platform shoe is back with a vengeance.
  3. Not really, but this is definitely funkier than a facial.



  1. "We've been playing a lot of songs off the new album the past couple months," Abair says. "The new stuff is kind of funkier and raw and gives the set list a place to go. The show is definitely not something you can just sort of notice out of...
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Mindi Abair Source: Herald Palladium (subscription)

  2. "It will have all the basic ingredients of an Extreme record," guitarist Nuno Bettencourt, who is also producing the as-yet-untitled album, said in a prepared statement. "The music is always funkier than most rock bands--and born a Bipolar...
    on Nov 26, 2007 By: Nuno Bettencourt Source:

  3. "It's the one Amitabh Bachchan flick that has stayed with me since my childhood. I think of all the cool films he did in the 1970s, 'Don' was the coolest. Of course, Deewaar and 'Sholay' are superior films. But 'Don' is cooler and funkier and stands...
    on Oct 22, 2006 By: Farhan Akhtar Source: Newindpress

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