Definition of Jinked

1. Verb. (past of jink) ¹



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Definition of Jinked

1. jink [v] - See also: jink

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jinked

jingoes
jingoish
jingoism
jingoisms
jingoist
jingoistic
jingoistically
jingoists
jingoize
jingoized
jingoizing
jings
jinjili
jinjilis
jink
jinked (current term)
jinker
jinkers
jinkier
jinkies
jinkiest
jinking
jinks
jinky
jinn
jinnee
jinnees
jinni
jinnis
jinns

Literary usage of Jinked

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1. The Sa'-zada Tales by William Alexander Fraser (1905)
""I jinked, as only a Boar who has been in many a run knows how. ... Of course I hadn't time to laugh then, for I had no sooner jinked clear of his spear ..."

2. Modern Pig-sticking by Alexander Ernest Wardrop (1914)
"He jinked, as I knew he must, turned sharp to his right across my front, ... You will be lucky to spear him before he has jinked once or twice. ..."

3. Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. a Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of (1903)
"The pig, sighting a novel adversary, with a savage ' Woof-f' jinked sharp across to my left, barely a yard clear of my horse's feet, and went like an arrow ..."

4. A Sportswoman in India: Personal Adventures and Experiences of Travel in by Isabel Savory (1900)
"Now this side, now that side, he jinked. Meanwhile, M. was coming up upon the right, her good little mount white with lather, but no one was looking as ..."

5. The Memoirs of the Gemini Generals: Personal Anecdotes, Sporting Adventures by Osborn Wilkinson, Johnson Wilkinson (1896)
"... for in the midst of a most exciting chase, and just as I was preparing to deliver my " first spear," the cunning brute jinked; so did we, but we jinked ..."

6. Central Criminal Court. Minutes of Evidence by Great Britain Central Criminal Court, Henry Buckler (1840)
"... Yes, you have ; you brought this stilling home to me"—Whitten was present, and she said she jinked it и the table—the little boy pointed the prisoner ..."

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