Definition of punker in English:

punker

Pronunciation /ˈpəNGkər/ /ˈpəŋkər/

noun

North American
  • A punk rocker.

    • ‘The crowd was pretty good, though - older punkers who actually danced!’
    • ‘I'm not about appealing to these boring punkers so I can sell more T-shirts.’
    • ‘Gross is inviting goths, punkers, ravers, metalheads, skaters, gamers and other so-called outsiders to be part of a new discussion group for seekers and believers.’
    • ‘Tribes of hoodlum punkers rumble easy clean on vintage American Harleys in monsoon rushes of postindustrial airbrushed green and blue and orange manes.’
    • ‘Either it's the rich kids trying to act all thug, like they're living the trife life, or it's the punkers ripping holes in the clothes their parents buy 'em.’
    • ‘The interview has already been pushed back several times as the Canadian punkers scramble to finish soundcheck at the Troubadour club in L.A. before that night's gig.’
    • ‘Although a lot more rock elements can be heard on this third album, it's when they bash away at punk that they really show up the major-label pop punkers as the poseurs that they are.’
    • ‘Listening to it now, I am reminded of Ruairi and I living together in one bedroom of a house that had 10 disgusting punkers living in it.’
    • ‘Japan was great, but it was a lot of guys coming out that look punk rock and they love going to shows, but they weren't necessarily punkers.’
    • ‘How about the new wave of pop punkers that have automatic entrée into the charts but who still brandish their credentials because they have a defined sound?’
    • ‘These spiky-haired punkers have really hit their zenith.’
    • ‘Whether if it's a room full of old friends or spiked out stereotypical punkers, you have to count on the fact that every song you play will not appeal to each person in the room.’
    • ‘There were punkers, teenyboppers, preppies, freaks, neutral crowd, rappers, and more.’
    • ‘One of the local punkers pushed passed him and he could breath again.’
    • ‘It's funny because the most conservative people I know are punkers.’
    • ‘In a sea of punkers picking up acoustic guitars, MacPherson emerges as just a great singer/songwriter.’
    • ‘The punkers in Europe at that time were really orthodox and conservative and wanted everybody to play the same song the same way.’
    • ‘But we, the pretty young things at the front, the dubious old men at the side and the punkers in the middle are all here for one band only.’
    • ‘While the commercial provided exposure, it drew the scorn of genuine punkers.’

Pronunciation

punker

/ˈpəNGkər/ /ˈpəŋkər/