Definitions

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  • adj. Full of chinks, laden with small cracks or openings
  • adj. Full of Chinese persons
  • adj. Possessing attributes of, or similar to, a chink or Chinese person, style, or culture
  • n. A Chinese takeaway restaurant
  • n. A Chinese person

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Full of chinks or fissures; gaping; opening in narrow clefts.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Full of chinks or fissures; gaping; opening in clefts or crevices.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • 8: 55 - Drummer wearing red Wilco t-shirt ( "wilco" in chinky font) with tiger.

    APAture Live

  • But Sharmila? yeah she is just another "chinky" whose opinions do not count.

    My hero: Kishwar Desai on Irom Chanu Sharmila

  • In it, under the customer's name section, the restaurant employee who rang up the order used the racial slur "lady chinky eyes" to describe her.

    'Lady Chinky Eyes': Papa John's Store Calls Woman Racial Slur In Receipt (PHOTO) (UPDATE)

  • Images of food products and stereotypically chinky things.

    APAture Live

  • Brought me back to my childhood days when kids teased me because of my chinky eyes, pale skin, and black hair. hmmm

    Rejection

  • For the the sauce, keep it chinky and use at least a little olive oil to saute the onions, garlic and to cook the fresh, chunked tomatoes.

    Lengua Recipes

  • Me: ::makes her chonky eyes chinky:: ...ching chong ching chong ching chong...

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • It was a dumb three-minute comedy sketch padded out to ninety minutes with awful chinky-chink and woppy-wop impressions and stupid jokes about bean curds and grabbing asses.

    Nick Mamatas' Journal

  • You look at Toots and see a speakeasy vet, dense of body, with slicked-back hair and a set of chinky eyes that summon up a warning in a hurry.

    Underworld

  • ‘I see nothing more,’ said Brother Francis, ‘and there is nothing more to see, except the curlpaper bill of the theatre, which was opened and shut last week (the manager’s family played all the parts), and the short, square, chinky omnibus that goes to the railway, and leads too rattling a life over the stones to hold together long.

    The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices

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