How do you use shank in a sentence?
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What does shank mean?
Shank (v) to knife somebody in a looser term not necessarily with a knife and also quick and an unanticipated knifing Shank (n) something you use to shank (see above) somebody with Shank (n) means a leg. King Edward I of England was called Longshanks because he was tall. A shank is a cut of meat from the leg of a cow or calf.