Thesaurus / wink

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She sat up beside her mother and looked at the minister almost all the time; but sometimes she had to wink hard to keep awake.

The Child's WorldHetty Browne, Sarah Withers, W.K. Tate

It would have been too terrible—I couldn't have slept a wink from awe.

Anne Of The IslandLucy Maud Montgomery

Apparently Judge Dunder had in this case resolved to wink a little at chicane and decide for justice in the broader sense.

The IncendiaryW. A. (William Augustine) Leahy

Do you wish me to dream all night, and disturb Mrs. Mole, and not to get a wink of sleep?

Just give me a wink, lad, if you had a finger in the matter.

Just now his wink was directed at Carroll Brown, an insurance solicitor.

The Best PolicyElliott Flower

Hewley might be able to wink after everything was over, but he could not find it in his serious heart to do so now.

The sun went down and the street lamps began to wink at you and still the excitement raged.

"She's been a dry summer—powerful dry," said the rancher, with a wink at his guests.

Dennison GrantRobert Stead

He put this concluding question with a wink of such astounding significance, that Little Jim could only reply with another “sk!”

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