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blinky

[bling-kee] /ˈblɪŋ ki/
adjective, blinkier, blinkiest. Midland U.S.
1.
(of milk) sour.
Origin of blinky
British dialect
blink (in the sense “to turn sour”; compare British dialect blink to bewitch, turn (milk, beer) sour by witchcraft) + -y1
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  • I guess blinky Lockwood'll get after him when he finds it out.

    The Fortune Hunter Louis Joseph Vance
  • blinky snorted and stamped over to the window, stooping to peer at the machine.

    The Fortune Hunter Louis Joseph Vance
  • "blinky Lockwood," she replied over her shoulder, as she went into the house.

    The Fortune Hunter Louis Joseph Vance
  • blinky grunted mysteriously and fished in his pocket for some bills and silver.

    The Fortune Hunter Louis Joseph Vance
  • "I'm real glad you think so," said blinky, intensely gratified.

    The Fortune Hunter Louis Joseph Vance
  • Also Ben Lockwood attended—blinky's first cousin and senior.

    The Fortune Hunter Louis Joseph Vance
  • blinky was unquestionably in no sort of a humour at all beyond an evil one.

    The Fortune Hunter Louis Joseph Vance
  • It is hardly necessary to say that in the future blinky had a rival, and that rival was Bob.

  • As soon as blinky Bill recognised his visitor, he was delighted.

    Three Elephant Power Andrew Barton 'Banjo' Paterson

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