Hangover and Junk


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Hangover noun – Something that has survived from the past.
Junk and hangover are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Junk" instead a noun "Hangover".
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Junk noun – That which is of low quality or worth.
Hangover and junk are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Hangover" instead a noun "Junk".
Nearby Words: junking, junked, junker, junky, junkie
Synonyms for Junk

How words are described

complete complete hangover complete junk
serious serious hangover serious junk
worst worst hangover worst junk

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / Heavyweights After Tony is usurped, the campers spend a night celebrating with all the junk food and fun they've been missing, complete with a hangover-like sugar crash and indigestion the morning after.
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