Grant it but a chink or keyhole, and it shot in like a white-hot arrow.
A slice of light through the chink stood across the passage.
I went up to the window and looked in through a chink in the shutter.
"That seems handsome," said I, reconnoitring through the chink.
"Aissa," he said, pleadingly, pressing his lips to a chink between the stakes.
The one chink in this shrewd fellow's armor was his snobbery.
I went up to the top, and through a chink I saw Madelaine, Mdlle.
"Ay, there's the Chink," assented Ricardo rather absentmindedly.
If I said nothing for a while, it was because I was meditating over the Chink, sir.
Is it likely that he would have trusted a Chink with enough knowledge to make it possible?