Wink [noun]

Definition of Wink:

flutter, flick

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Sentence/Example of Wink:

I'm nearer sunstroke myself than he is—not a wink of sleep for two nights now.

"Certainly not," answered Yates, with a wink that took in the situation.

The boy flushed with pleasure under the comprehensiveness of that wink.

Hardly a wink have I slept, ruminating upon the approaching interview.

My boy has been sick all night, and I've never had one wink of sleep.

"A lady to see you, Sir," said she with a look that seemed to him to be almost a wink.

He had scarcely got a wink of sleep, when up comes Punch with Toby.

And Evremonde will be despatched in a wink, and she not here!

I have not slept a wink of the hour and half I lay down to invite sleep.

Also I more than once observed him to wink at Cousin Egbert in an evil manner.