n.— «Alexander was labelled a “gronk”—young, slow, and an easy target for sex. According to Steve, a 30-year-old who served four years in jail for more than 10 bank robberies, “a gronk is someone who can’t flow with the normal stretch, they’re a bit slow on it or whatever.”» —“Inside Our Jails” by Michael Cordell, Bernard Lagan Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) Nov. 21, 1987. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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