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- n. Plural form of jink.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of jink.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. noisy and mischievous merrymaking.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. noisy and mischievous merrymaking
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The club indulges in revelries which it calls "jinks" -- high and low, at intervals -- and each of these gatherings is faithfully portrayed in oils by hands that know their business.
The funny thing is, if he had it all to do over again, doubled the jab and threw the "jinks" as a lead, he might have won.
"jinks" were over, and that was quite enough to make it unpopular.
Glee's Heather Morris teased that in the Super Bowl episode there are more high jinks in store for ditzy Brittany, as Sue makes it her mission to shoot the cheerleader out of a cannon.
There's a method to Mr. Freese's marketing high jinks.
Something tells me that when Martha Stewart burst onto the scene a few decades ago -- only to watch her celebrity soar as a modern-day Happy Homemaker -- she may not have ever imagined she'd be thrust into the high-tech hi-jinks of 2011.
Something tells me that when Martha Stewart burst onto the scene a few decades ago -- only to watch her celebrity soar as a modern-day Happy Homemaker -- she may not have ever imagined she d be thrust into the high-tech hi-jinks of 2011.
“Mere high jinks in nightclubs,” Hamilton allowed, “would probably be forgiven.”
Robbie Keane does his little somersault thingy...67 mins: RSL lose the ball in midfield, Donovan feeds Keane on the left, he jinks and cuts inside and drills it into the far corner with his right foot.
Giants 22 Cowboys 20 - End of 3rd Quarter: Bradshaw jinks past the blitz for a first down at the NY 32-yard line.