from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. comparative form of pink: more pink
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who scallops silk or other fabric; one who makes eyelets or small ornamental holes or scallops in cloth.
- n. A piercer or stabber; one who stabs another, as in a duel.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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About 75 people are along for the ride, all gawking at the unique and often breathtaking scenery, leaning out of the slow-moving train to snap photos of pink ponds and even pinker flamingos.
A favorite toy: A pink pig with an even pinker necklace.
Nevertheless he waxed stronger and pinker of complexion, his beard flourished, white, curling and foaming like a cataract upon his bosom, his moustache stained with nicotine.
His skin is pinker than hers, and his brows and lashes are fairer.
On white people this sometimes shows as a darker patch, or a pinker patch of skin.
I think she may start making the interior pinker than the outside if I keep ignoring her.
His face looked even pinker than before and his eyes were bloodshot.
It's paler and pinker than the stuff we're used to, and unexpectedly delicate in flavour.
When LEGO announced that after four years of marketing research, the best they could come up with was a thinner, pinker version of their product, I admit, I laughed out loud.
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