- bizarre or unconventional sexual preferences or behavior.
- a person characterized by such preferences or behavior.
verb (used with or without object)
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Origin of kink
OTHER WORDS FROM kinkun·kink, verb
Example sentences from the Web for kink
Reporting on vaccinations should improve in the next few days as kinks are ironed out of the state’s data system, Yarmosky said.As covid-19 hospitalizations hit new highs, Northam takes steps to speed vaccinations|Jenna Portnoy, Gregory S. Schneider|January 6, 2021|Washington Post
There are kinks in the system — if there are multiple tags in one location, it can be difficult to navigate properly between those tags and the app sometimes displays them out of order.The Next Great Transit Hack: An App for Blind Subway Riders|Carly Stern|November 25, 2020|Ozy
Otherwise, it caters to an idea that, like most kinks, serves only the kink and not so much reality.
In the spring, Amazon struggled to meet its shipping deadlines, something it hopes to avoid during the holidays by working out any kinks during Prime Day.Amazon Prime Day set to span two days in October as dress rehearsal for holiday season|Phil Wahba|September 28, 2020|Fortune
The wire persisted in getting twisted and they had all they could do to keep it from kinking.The Campfire Girls of Roselawn|Margaret Penrose
There is where his laugh comes off, curling and kinking in little spasms of pure pig joy!The Fall of the Year|Dallas Lore Sharp
In this way you are working with the twist of the thread and there is less danger of knotting and kinking.Handicraft for Girls|Idabelle McGlauflin
Coiling the rope, he tried to throw it again into the crevice; but it had lost the knack of kinking.
Shag was throwing clouds of dust over his lowered head, and kinking his tufted tail in battle anger.The Outcasts|W. A. Fraser