Definitions

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  • adj. superlative form of pink: most pink.

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Examples

  • Little Kitty Bonner, fairylike in gauzy lawn, with pinkest of cheeks and bluest of dancing eyes, arms outstretched and lips puckered in invitation, was striving to kiss the boy.

    THE STORY OF JEES UCK

  • ShinyShiny. tv is the pinkest website I've ever seen - it's updated daily with all the newest gadgets coming out on the market - phones, cameras, notebooks, game consoles and even vibrators.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Sheila was married to Paco, a Riojan wide boy whose early career as a shoe-salesman had blossomed into the ownership of the Zarautz's pinkest pub.

    Now

  • It's some of the pinkest, porkiest folds of meat you'll find around here, served with a ramekin of sheep's milk ricotta and too few slices of toasted bread.

    Going beyond fish and chips: Againn will please Anglophiles

  • Yet the number one reason we haven't nationalized the hopeless banks already, is because of Cold War Commie-phobia -- irrational superstition at its pinkest.

    Susie Bright: The Shovel or the Sickle

  • Take this argument to its logical conclusion, and practically all kinky wank material's off-limits - up to and including that pinkest, frilliest, fluffiest and ickiest of fem-sub fantasies.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Every year for mother's day, our father took us to the local nursery where my sister, brother and I selected the biggest, pinkest, purplest, overflowingest hanging fuchsia plant we could find.

    Susan Sawyers: Fuchsia Funk

  • As we wind towards October, the very pinkest month of the year, the month when the media bombards us with breast cancer news, breast cancer survivor stories, breast cancer foot races, breast cancer br ...

    Lauren Cahn: Newsflash: Breast Cancer Sucks, and You Can Die From It

  • As we wind towards October, the very pinkest month of the year, the month when the media bombards us with breast cancer news, breast cancer survivor stories, breast cancer foot races, breast cancer bracelets, breast cancer blah blah blah, I find myself feeling rather cross.

    Lauren Cahn: Newsflash: Breast Cancer Sucks, and You Can Die From It

  • How unfair it seemed that now, with a repaired heart, Lori had the pinkest lips ever, but the rest of her organs suffered in the process.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Stories of Faith

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