ZonkzoNGkPart of speech: verbOrigin: of imitative/echoic origin, mid-20th century
1Fall or cause to fall suddenly and heavily asleep or lose consciousness2Hit or strike.
Examples of Zonk in a sentence “Nothing makes me zonk out quite as quickly as NyQuil.” “The bowl zonked Cheryl when she tried to grab it from the top shelf.”

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