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duhng ker

  • n  an eater who dips food into a liquid before eating it
    he was a dunker--he couldn't eat a doughnut without a cup of coffee to dunk it in
  • n  a basketball player who is able to make dunk shots
  • n  an adherent of Baptistic doctrines (who practice baptism by immersion)

  • The country's top dunker is Rutgers Center James Bailey, who has slammed down an incredible 85 jams this year.
  • News to the foreign Press was the fact that II Duce is a dunker.
  • Abdul-Jabbar is more of an aesthete, a sky-hooker, not a slam-dunker, devastatingly shy.

  • Gerald Green in NBA.com
    I don't really consider myself a dunker,said Green, who won the NBA slam dunk contest over All-Star weekend. "There's more to my game besides dunking. I just want to be labeled as a good player. I don't care if it's dunking."
  • Shannon Brown in Boston Herald
    I'm not just a dunker and I can play basketball every aspect,Brown said. "Guys know I do more than dunk. I don't do it to be flashy. I do it to help my team win, whatever (Jackson) needs."
  • JR Smith in Rocky Mountain News
    I don't think so,Smith said his late naming being a disadvantage. "If you're a really good dunker, you should be able to come up with something on the fly."

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