late 14c. (v.); c.1600 (n.), echoic.
I tink a lady of a certain rank has always good principes enough, to be sure, and as to the rest qu'importe?
Peter gave Wendy a hand at first, but had to desist, tink was so indignant.
Which is tink Tuttle's cue to open up on the266 story of his life.
tink's reply rang out: 'Peter wants you to shoot the Wendy.'
"tink of dat horrid old woman wanting to steal our own little oppsie, woppsie, toppsie babykins," he said.
This almost makes one wish that the gulch or the cake or tink's leaf had won.
I'll tink de whole river not laugh so ver' bad if you pay dose young girl one hunder dollare for save you so kind.'
“I no tink we lose our dinner, though,” said Nub, as he got to the bottom.
No, me not like you, massa; me tink nobody like me,—nobody feel such a heart as me.
But I tink he want zee girl to lose herself dat he may find her.