Blinked [verb]

Definition of Blinked:

wink of eye; twinkle

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Sentence/Example of Blinked:

It might be from watching your portfolio this year whipsaw from precipitous lows to glorious highs in what seemed like a blink.

The economic and social impact of the global pandemic has forced shopping habits to change in the blink of an eye.

In the blink of an eye, there’s all this innovation—from 2017, when I first took a look at this and couldn’t have imagined how it was possible, to now, where there’s this huge positive movement.

Legend held that the blink came from the lantern of an ill-fated mother searching for her son.

If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that things can change dramatically, in the blink of an eye.

I had to blink hard two or three times before I could really make up my mind that the tip-toer was Maisie Ann.

Then, in the blink of an eye, Arcot was floating in the air before him.

Stevens' eyes blinked, and in that blink Ben charged, and as he moved, Murray and Tholfsen followed.

And it is this same white water which gives rise to the phenomenon above referred to, locally known as “Bank Blink.”

Behind it was a continuous ice-blink and on our left, to the north, a deep blue "water sky."