pinky says Harley is Platt's "caretaker" but won't fill in details.
But, unbeknownst to the Italians, the men in the boat—identified as Ajesh “pinky” Bink and Jelestine—were not pirates after all.
Meanwhile, pinky knows that Platt represents a big opportunity and she says many people are trying to take advantage of it.
“Ozzy rules,” he said as his salutation, his pinky, pointer, and thumb outstretched in perfect formation.
pinky will only say that Platt's affairs are in good order at this point.
And pinky turned the corner of a small street that led away from the more crowded thoroughfare along which they had been passing.
Go with 'em quietly, 'pinky,' and maybe it'll be in your favour.
Its tiny face was translucent, pinky white, the closed eyelids with their fringe of fine lashes inconceivably delicate.
pinky had soared up from his blankets; was lovingly shaking Milt's hand.
pinky, you're talking the way they did at that tea you gave for father and me when we visited New York last winter.
"the little finger," 1808, in Scottish, from Dutch pinkje, diminutive of pink "little finger," of uncertain origin.
pinkie pink·ie or pink·y (pĭng'kē)
The little finger.
: pinky ring
The little finger: Pardon my lifted pinky (1860+)
[fr an earlier adjective sense, ''small, tiny'']
(also Pink) Nickname for a red-headed person (1930s+)