Blinking [verb]

Definition of Blinking:

wink of eye; twinkle

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Sentence/Example of Blinking:

Truth is a torch, but one of enormous size; so that we slink past it in rather a blinking fashion for fear it should burn us.

In the old house at the end of the street another light is blinking solemnly.

He stretched himself on his back and looked straight up at the blinking stars.

He was standing by the rail in the rain looking out at the blinking signal lights on both sides of the river.

The Dragons paused, astonished at the magic and blinking at the sunlight, and this gave Woot time to climb through the opening.

It came thickly now, a ‘Feeding Storm’; and while he yet stood blinking at the lamp, his feet were buried.

Would those stars never cease blinking in and out, or the wind stop whipping the swift clouds past?

All the uncouth demons and monsters of the rocks awoke, glaring and blinking, to menace the voyagers in the depths below.

The big gate opened just then and out came Hale and the sergeant, and between them young Dave—his eyes blinking in the sunlight.

John Willie, blinking up at the blue, waited for him to resume; as he did not do so, John Willie turned his head.