Definition of Blinked

1. Verb. (past of blink) ¹



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Definition of Blinked

1. blink [v] - See also: blink

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blinked

bling
bling bling
blinged
blingier
blingiest
blingy
blini
blinis
blink
blink-and-you-miss-it
blink-eyed
blink away
blink of an eye
blinkard
blinkards
blinked (current term)
blinkenlight
blinkenlights
blinker
blinker fluid
blinkered
blinkering
blinkers
blinkie
blinkies
blinking
blinking(a)
blinking chickweed
blinkingly
blinks

Literary usage of Blinked

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Journal of Marie Bashkirtseff by Marie Bashkirtseff, Arthur D. Hall (1913)
"Papa blinked his eyelids as usual. I was not at all hungry; It was time to go to the theatre, which is in the garden, like the restaurant. ..."

2. Tolternicus, Astronomer of Thorn: A Tragedy in Five Acts by jr Otto Carl Gsantner (1915)
"but he blinked again; so I quoth again, quoth I: "Get thee behind me, Satan. ... I sat and looked at him and he sat and blinked at me. ..."

3. The City of Pleasure: A Fantasia on Modern Themes by Arnold Bennett (1907)
"There was a considerable pause, but in the end the eyes blinked. ... The eyes blinked. "Excellent! Your first word is 'I.' Let us go to the next word. ..."

4. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"... and the tree, with every one of its wicked leaves, blinked, and blinked, and blinked at him. Presently he began to cry again, and then stopped his ..."

5. Evil eye in the Western Highlands by Robert Craig Maclagan (1902)
"In the part of Ireland nearest to Scotland at any rate, and so far as the writer knows also in other places, the expression used in English is " blinked. ..."

6. The Burgess Animal Book for Children by Thornton Waldo Burgess (1920)
"Hare and blinked. Jumper looked at Prickly Porky and blinked. Then all looked at Paddy the Beaver and finally at Old Mother Nature, and all blinked. ..."

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