[luhnch-hoo k] /ˈlʌntʃˌhʊk/

noun, Slang.
Usually, lunchhooks. .
a light anchor for mooring a small yacht for a short time.


The hands; fingers; meathooks: get a set of predatory lunch-hooks into him (1896+)


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