Friday, September 12, 2008

Hunkered Down

intr.v. hun·kered, hun·ker·ing, hun·kers
1. To squat close to the ground; crouch. Usually used with down:

2. To take shelter, settle in, or hide out. Usually used with down:
3. To hold stubbornly to a position. Usually used with down:

Hurricane Ike is forcing us all to "hunker down"
including the animals...

P.S. If you are watching KHOU news,
every other phrase they use is
"hunkering down" or "just hunk down"
hence the blog

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