Origin of dink1
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How to use dink in a sentence
Dink himself used the word “genocide,” but did not insist that everyone else do so.
"I believe Cousin Dink was lying, anyhow," declared Polly stoutly.
This Cousin Dink is the limit for selfishness and impertinence.
Polly thought they had been with Cousin Dink for about a year.
They said the young woman, whom they call Cousin Dink, had sent them.
Coming along the garden path was none other than the dreaded Dink.
British Dictionary definitions for dink (1 of 2)
- (tr) to carry (a second person) on a horse, bicycle, etc
- (intr) (of two people) to travel together on a horse, bicycle, etc