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The answer CONKS has 20 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of conks in various dictionaries:
noun - informal term for the nose
verb - come to a stop
verb - hit, especially on the head
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Dies, with 'out'|
|Knocks on the noggin|
|Bops on the bean|
|Bops on the head|
|Hits on the noggin|
|Hits on the head|
|Abruptly stops, with 'out'|
|___ out (nods off)|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|(of a machine) break down.|
|Plural form of conk.|
|Third-person singular simple present indicative form of conk.|
|Hit (someone) on the head.|
|A person's nose.|
|A person's head.|
|A hairstyle in which curly or kinky hair is straightened.|
|Straighten curly or kinky hair.|
|Conks might refer to|
Polypores are a group of fungi that form fruiting bodies with pores or tubes on the underside (see Delimitation for exceptions). They are a morphological group of basidiomycetes like gilled mushrooms and hydnoid fungi, and not all polypores are closely related to each other. Polypores are also called bracket fungi, and their woody fruiting bodies are called conks.|
* Most polypores inhabit tree trunks or branches consuming the wood, but some soil-inhabiting species form mycorrhiza with trees. Polypores and their relatives corticioid fungi are the most important agents of wood decay. Thus, they play a very significant role in nutrient cycling and carbon dioxide production of forest ecosystems.
* Over one thousand polypore species have been described to science, but a large part of the diversity is still unknown even in relatively well-studied temperate areas. Polypores are much more diverse in old natural forests with abundant dead wood than in younger managed forests or plantations. Consequ