or hin·key, hink·ty, hinc·ty
adjective, hin·ki·er, hin·ki·est. Slang.
Origin of hinky
Examples from the Web for hinkey
This claim Hinkey was given a fair opportunity to prove, but he failed to do so.
So, with much growling and many oaths, Hinkey submitted to being marched down to the guard house.
As Hal again grabbed him, this time with both hands, and swinging him about, Hinkey thrust his face menacingly close to Overton's.
After about two weeks of practice, there was no longer a question as to whether Hinkey was going to make the team.Football Days|William H. Edwards
Finding that he could no longer deny his guilt, Hinkey was finally driven to confession before the court.