Thesaurus / winked
SEE DEFINITION OF winked
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
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But Sprigg said never a word, moved never a limb, winked never an eye.
THE RED MOCCASINSMORRISON HEADY
But Striped Chipmunk just flirted his funny little tail and winked with both his bright eyes at them.
MOTHER WEST WIND'S CHILDRENTHORNTON W. BURGESS
Briggs touched his hat,—in the same instant he winked at Louise, and then the carriage rolled away.
The thug grinned wolfishly at me and then winked at his leader.
LARSON'S LUCKGERALD VANCE
And the papa twisted his mouth, and winked with one eye, and wrinkled his nose till the little girl begged him to stop.
CHRISTMAS EVERY DAY AND OTHER STORIESW. D. HOWELLS
Bindle was particularly cautioned to see that there were no "carryings on," whereat he winked reassuringly.
ADVENTURES OF BINDLEHERBERT GEORGE JENKINS
"Nothing that concerns little boys like you, Tom," laughed John, as he winked at his friend.
POLLY AND ELEANORLILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY
He winked the wet out of his eyes and pointed to Mrs. Keyse with his elbow.
THE DOP DOCTORCLOTILDE INEZ MARY GRAVES
He winked at the soldier as he spoke—a sly, humorous wink—a wink which hinted at a good joke to come.
THE NORTHERN IRONGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
"She'll be along later—maybe," and Will winked at his chum as a signal not to be too inquisitive.
THE OUTDOOR GIRLS IN A WINTER CAMPLAURA LEE HOPE