Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of chink.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective having narrow opening filled

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Half a dozen people accepted his invitation and coins chinked in his cup.

    A Funeral In Blue

  • The brass tag chinked as he dropped it on to the carpet.

    Crime On the Coast

  • The brass tag chinked as he dropped it on to the carpet.

    Crime On the Coast

  • With her undamaged hand she produced a rupee from her pocket, where a few coins chinked casually, looked at it, and groped for another.

    Hilda A Story of Calcutta

  • A coin chinked on the steps in accompaniment to the chasseur's departing gallop.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

  • A coin chinked on the steps in accompaniment to the chasseur's departing gallop.

    Vittoria — Complete

  • A coin chinked on the steps in accompaniment to the chasseur's departing gallop.

    Vittoria — Volume 4

  • He endeavored, however, to look cool and unconcerned; and drew from out of his deep pocket a long, lank, leathern purse, far gone in consumption, at the bottom of which a few coin chinked with the trembling of his hand.

    Tales of a Traveller

  • a long, lank, leathern purse, far gone in consumption, at the bottom of which a few coin chinked with the trembling of his hand.

    Tales of a Traveller

  • Near the upper end of the Cove, which is nearly a mile long, there stands a house built of squared logs, carefully mortised at the corners, and neatly "chinked" with plaster.

    The Durket Sperret,

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