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Pronunciation of Stinkier: Learn how to pronounce Stinkier in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word stink:

verb (past stank /staŋk/ or stunk /stʌŋk/; past participle stunk)
[no object]
1have a strong unpleasant smell:
the place stank like a sewer
his breath stank of drink
[with object] (stink somewhere out/up) informal fill somewhere with a strong unpleasant smell:
her perfume stank the place out
2 informal be very unpleasant, contemptible, or scandalous:
he thinks the values of our society stink
(stink of) be highly suggestive of (something regarded with disapproval):
the whole affair stinks of a set-up
(stink of) have or appear to have a scandalously large amount of (something, especially money):
the whole place was luxurious and stank of money
noun
[in singular]
1a strong unpleasant smell; a stench:
the stink of the place hit me as I went in
2 informal a row or fuss:
a silly move now would kick up a stink we couldn’t handle
adjective
West Indian
1having a strong unpleasant smell:
‘What you doing with that stink dog?’
2contemptible; corrupt:
the whole episode is so stink that the principal asked for an immediate transfer of the teacher
Phrases
like stink
informal extremely hard or intensely:
she’s working like stink to get everything ready
Derivatives
stinky
adjective (stinkier, stinkiest) informal
Origin:
Old English stincan, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch and German stinken, also to stench