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Musk didn't lose his cool even when the front trunk - or "frunk" - stubbornly refused to open in the middle of his demonstration.
Someone described his music as something called frunk.
I'm taking antibiotics, so there's no chance of me getting frunk, which I actually looked forward to.
Two storage areas - one frunk and another mounted behind the engine - result in 182 liters of cargo area.
Because it is the sacred duly of the Presbyterian Church, in her distinctive chai*acter, to give a frunk response to respectful petitions and memorials of her members, both at the north and south, relative to the system of slavery as it exists in these United States.