from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. A past tense of sink.
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- v. Simple past of sink.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. of sink.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Preterit of sink.
- n. A Middle English form of sang.
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The word sank its talons into her numbed consciousness.
My happiest revelation came at the end of the novel when two significant words of the title sank in: "Volume 1".
A source told the paper: "The label sank a lot of money into making them a success - and it didn't work."
"The label sank a lot of money into making them a success - and it didn't work," a source told The Sun.
I honestly believe that Palin sank McCain's chances for winning.
The captain sank into the hot bath with a weary sigh.
Bradley point guard Daniel Ruffin sank several clutch free throws on his way to 15 points, and Jeremy Crouch added 14 points.
Mets climb back to .500, while the struggling New York Yankees once again sank to the break-even mark in their tumultuous season.
Marvin sank down on the couch, sighed, and ran his hands through his hairstill shoulder-length, the way it was when Anna first laid eyes on him.
The family of Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Vincent Parker of Preston, Miss., also missing after the tanker sank, is planning a memorial service for him next week, his brother, Stephen Parker, said