"There is something I wanted to tell you jinks," lighting his pipe slowly.
"Upstairs, curling her hair," shouted the child who was known by the name of jinks.
Blinks and jinks both know that in their business courtesy comes through contact.
So, as they were all agreed on this, the jinks Club was started.
And so the long morning dragged itself away, and at luncheon-time the jinks Club sent its members home.
The jinks Club was having its weekly meeting, and all of the members were present.
This is a high-toned town, by jinks, and the boys won't stand it.
He is a vagabond on his own statement; is he not, Mr. jinks?
There were those in all the wards who stood aloof from the merriment, and would have none of the jinks.
Maybe I may, and why should I not run the risk as well as you, Mr. jinks?
To takeevasive action; dodge; zig-zag: went jinking down the field, shot and missed/ She jinked sideways to avoid an oncoming truck
[1785+; fr northern English dialect jink, ''make a quick evasive turn,'' adopted into the idiom of rugby football; popularized by Vietnam War Air Force use]