Wink

Wink is Dorset slang for to wind.
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Wink

Wink is Dorset slang for to wind.
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wink

[n] - closing one eye quickly as a signal 2. [v] - force to go away by blinking 3. [v] - signal by winking
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Wink

Wink transitive verb To cause (the eyes) to wink. [ Colloq.]
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wink

noun closing one eye quickly as a signal
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wink

verb force to go away by blinking; `blink away tears`
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wink

Type: Term Pronunciation: wink Synonyms: blink
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Wink

Opening and closing of the mare's vulva exposing the clitoris
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Wink

[tutorial software] Wink is a freeware screen capture and tutorial-creation program. It supports many features such as input-based capture and text annotations. Navigation buttons can be added to any presentation and the bitmaps for all presentation controls can be edited. == See also == ...
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Wink

[surname] Wink or Winks is the surname of: ...
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