Definition of Brinks

1. Noun. (plural of brink) ¹



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Definition of Brinks

1. brink [n] - See also: brink

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brinks

brinier
brinies
briniest
brininess
brininesses
brining
brinish
brinjal
brinjals
brinjaree
brink
brinkman
brinkmanship
brinkmanships
brinkmen
brinks (current term)
brinksman
brinksmanship
brinksmanships
brinksmen
brinner
brinny
brinolase
brinrobertsite
brins
briny
brio
brioche
brioches
briolette

Literary usage of Brinks

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1. Mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada by Clarence King (1874)
"... white foam dashing itself down rugged walls, or spouting from the brinks of upright cliffs. The very avalanche tracks are darkened by clustered woods, ..."

2. The Harp of Renfrewshire: A Collection of Songs and Other Poetical Pieces by William Motherwell (1872)
"... You prepare, Or dance with elves on brinks of fountains, Mirth to share, Now seen with love-lorn lilies weeping, Now with a blushing rose-bud sleeping, ..."

3. When the Lights Go Out, and Never Come Back On: Nuclear Terrorism in America by Bruce Hoffman, United States Dept. of Energy, Rand Corporation (1987)
"A few weeks before the brinks robbery, a May violent demonstration at New York's JFK Airport to protest tht African rugby team. During the team's nationwide ..."

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