Did you perhaps mean honky?
- Possibly from obsolete Scots hink, from Old Norse hinka (to limp or hobble), probably not from Old English inca ("doubt"). Possibly from hank ("a loop or coil or anything that curbs or restrains"). Possibly from African-American usage: hincty or hinkty. (Wiktionary)
“That $96,000 tax-free gift to Hampton's parents -- supposedly made "out of concern for the well-being of longtime family friends during a difficult time" -- was already "hinky," as Letterman might say.”
“LiveforFilms the whole Felicia Hardy as The Vulturess just seems kind of hinky to me.”
“As for chaperones - I have a female doctor now, but I'd probably only request something if things felt "hinky" to me.”
“And I'd probably NOT go to a GYN who made me feel "hinky" anyway.”
“People get "hinky" over 13 because it's the traditional number of witches in a coven.”
“Not sure what "hinky" means but it sounds slightly painful, like a hickey?”
“But the interface is kind of hinky, and frankly the reliability just isn't there.”
“GERAGOS: I don't -- the whole thing is kind of hinky, I mean, not that I don't enjoy, frankly, seeing a Republican who is anti-gay, on one hand, getting caught in a bathroom.”
“And I betcha ten buckaroos you use the word "hinky" this week ...”
“Org - RapidRecon: Tale of Two Terror Attacks In Pakistan Droning on - Things are kind of hinky in Warzirastan for the bad guys.”
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One of those nutso navel-fluff ruzuzu lists.
Off the straight and narrow; less than straight arrow.
Study list of difficult words from Daniel Woodrell's novel Winter's Bone. In reverse order: start at the bottom to see words from the beginning of the novel!
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