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  • verb Present participle of zinc.

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Examples

  • Think for yourselves, people...before someone else does your zinking for you....

    Althouse on the road.

  • I’d sooner ge my esteate to the zinking fund, that it may be sent to Hanover to corrupt our nation with.

    X. In Which Mr. Western Visits Mr. Allworthy. Book VI

  • ” He will have the surgeon’s heart’s blood if he takes a drop too much from Sophia’s white arm; when she opposes his wishes as to Blifil, he will turn her into the street with no more than a smock, and give his estate to the “zinking Fund.

    Criticisms and Interpretations. III. By Austin Dobson

  • He will have the surgeon's heart's blood if he takes a drop too much from Sophia's white arm; when she opposes his wishes as to Blifil, he will turn her into the street with no more than a smock, and give his estate to the "_zinking_ Fund."

    Fielding

  • I'd sooner ge my esteate to the zinking fund, that it may be sent to

    History of Tom Jones, a Foundling

  • Both Mitch and JRoosh are involved in za fantasy zinking.

    the Cucking Stool

  • I’d sooner ge my esteate to the zinking fund, that it may be sent to Hanover to corrupt our nation with.”

    The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling

  • He will have the surgeon’s heart’s blood if he takes a drop too much from Sophia’s white arm; when she opposes his wishes as to Blifil, he will turn her into the street with no more than a smock, and give his estate to the “zinking Fund.”

    Fielding

  • He will have the surgeon’s heart’s blood if he takes a drop too much from Sophia’s white arm; when she opposes his wishes as to Blifil, he will turn her into the street with no more than a smock, and give his estate to the “zinking Fund.”

    Fielding

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