Funk synonyms

fŭngk
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Deep sadness or hopelessness
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A state of terror excited by the sudden appearance of danger; sudden and violent fear, usually of short duration; a sudden alarm.
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A device that is used to warn of danger by means of a sound or signal:
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A widespread fear of the collapse of the financial system, resulting in unreasoned attempts to turn property into cash, withdraw money, etc.
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Despondency is defined as a state of feeling hopeless or dejected.
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Evacuation of the intestinal tract; defecation.
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Nervous depression
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A reason for dread or apprehension:
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A mood disorder characterized usually by anhedonia, extreme sadness, poor concentration, sleep problems, loss of appetite, and feelings of guilt, helplessness, and hopelessness.
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A person who lacks courage.
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An act or instance of starting, wincing, or recoiling.
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A flinching motion; a flinch.
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Misery is defined as the condition of suffering.
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Music stimulates the areas of the brain that are responsible for your thinking, planning, and analyzing, thereby improving your organizational skills and making you more capable of handling challenging math problems.
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The definition of an odor is a distinctive and often unpleasant smell, or is a lingering impression or feeling.
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A current, eagerly adopted fashion; a fad or craze:
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The state or condition of having recoiled.
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(Islam) the unforgivable sin of idolatry
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A shrinking; shrinkage
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That which suggests the presence or existence of something; trace; suggestion
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Fortuitous elegance; unstudied grace; "” used especially of language.
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Intense and especially ecstatic or exultant happiness, or an instance of such feeling.
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The definition of cowardice is lacking in courage.
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A cowardly action.
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The state of being craven
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The state or quality of being dastardly.
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The quality or state of being fainthearted.
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The quality or state of being pusillanimous; the vice of being timid and cowardly, and thus not living up to one's full potential; pusillanimousness.
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The property of being unmanly; sissiness; womanliness.
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The state or condition of being gutless; cowardice.
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The state or quality of being yellow.
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A tendency to be cowardly, craven, etc.
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A cause of terror.
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Apprehension is defined as when you are nervous and scared about something or about what might happen.
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Great fear in view of impending evil; fearful apprehension of danger; anticipatory terror.
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The quality of being fearful
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(Informal) Intense nervous depression or anxiety. Often used with the.
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A person or thing causing intense fear
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A state of alarm or dread; apprehension.
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Fearfulness or timidity preventing the completion of a course of action.
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A state of depression or melancholy. Often used with the.
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The state of being downcast or despondent.
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A part of the ocean near the equator, abounding in calms, squalls, and light, baffling winds, which sometimes prevent all progress for weeks – so called by sailors
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The characteristic of being doleful; sadness.
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The characteristic of being downhearted; sadness.
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Plural form of dump
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A state of feeling unwell or unhappy; a feeling of emotional and mental discomfort and suffering from restlessness, malaise, depression or anxiety.
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The emotion of being glum.
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A feeling or spell of dismally low spirits
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(Obs.) Black bile: in medieval times considered to be one of the four humors of the body, to come from the spleen or kidneys, and to cause gloominess, irritability, or depression
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A dull, spiritless person.
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The property of being mournful.
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(Uncountable) The state or emotion of being sad.
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The feeling of not being happy
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A thorough coward
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A sneaky, cowardly evildoer
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The flesh of the chicken, used as food.
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Alternative spelling of yellowbelly.
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Plural form of feeling
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A feeling or spell of dismally low spirits
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United States biochemist (born in Poland) who showed that several diseases were caused by dietary deficiencies and who coined the term `vitamin' for the chemicals involved (1884-1967)
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To crouch down or draw oneself together so as to seem smaller
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(Intransitive) To shrink, tense or recoil, as in fear, disgust or embarrassment.
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(Intransitive) To flinch as if in pain or distress.
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Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
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Find another word for funk. In this page you can discover 70 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for funk, like: gloom, fright, alarm, panic, despondency, dejection, blue-funk, fear, depression, (colloq.) recoiling and coward.