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funk in Music topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfunkfunk1 /fʌŋk/ noun [uncountable]  1 APMa style of music with a strong rhythm that is based on jazz and African music2 in a (blue) funk3 American English informalCO a strong smell that comes from someone’s body
Examples from the Corpus
funkThat reality serves as a useful check whenever journalists go into a funk over our role in the grand scheme of things.Music ranges from funk and rap to house, but is always the last word in drop-dead cool.Davis began incorporating funk, rock and electric instrumentation with a vengeance.These guys are an energetic amalgam of jazz, funk and something a little harder.Heavy rock with a tinge of funk that still sounds fresh and exciting today.Well, that explains the strange funk in your room.Second, the other Lakers will be jolted from their funk by the appearance of Magic.Since so much of house is pure beats, why not buy your funk in skeletal form too?