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Intrunk \In*trunk"\, v. t. To inclose as in a trunk; to incase. [R.]


vb. To enclose as if in a trunk.

Usage examples of "intrunk".

Then he sucked the fruit into his intrunk and ground it up with his internal teeth so that his body could absorb it directly from the reserve chamber.

He dipped his intrunk in the water, pointed his outtrunk, and started pumping.

He floated to a sandy patch and lowered his intrunk, ready to send a blast of sand up.

It seemed like an enormous outtrunk with no intrunk, primed with stones that exploded.