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- adj. That or who blinks or blink.
- adj. Bloody (in the coarse slang sense)
- v. Present participle of blink.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Winking with half-opened eyelids, as when the eyes cannot bear full light.
- Having twinkling eyes.
- n. In sporting, the fault in dogs of leaving the game as soon as it is found.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a reflex that closes and opens the eyes rapidly
- adj. closing the eyes intermittently and rapidly
- adj. informal intensifiers
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Each time I visit a bookshop I see all those volumes blinking from the shelves like fishermen hunting for the left hemisphere of our brain, the fantastic side of our souls.
The Wynn Macau looks different from anything around it: The city is aglare in blinking neon, but the only ornamentation on his hotel is a large cursive signature of his last name.
It could also mean the driver in front of you is going to turn left or that the blinker is still blinking from a previous turn.
Joe asked, as they flew by a lighthouse blinking from a rocky headland.
Stopping to check it out, he was startled to find a message written in English blinking at him.
At least you don’t look like the collar’s strangling you, as it does to poor Webb, and the blinking is not noticeable.
You can call this crazy title blinking with something like: blinkTitle'bitches!'
More than a dozen suspicious devices described as blinking electronic circuit boards were across the Boston area, including at a commuter rail station, a bus stop under Interstate 93, near two bridges over the Charles River, at a major city intersection, and the New England Medical Center.
And truancy certainly is what I would call a blinking red light that tells us that a young person is going down the wrong road and they're getting disengaged with the important parts of education.
Comp sales results begin flashing to positive and what I'll call a blinking pattern, traffic can remain sluggish but as the store widows and marketing campaign start to stimulate new interest this will begin to change.
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