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wink

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wink

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Definition of WINK

1
a short sleep <I wasn't able to catch a wink during the entire flight>
Synonyms catnap, doze, drowse, forty winks, kip [chiefly British], siesta, snooze, wink
Related Words repose, rest; slumber; bed
2
a very small space of time <I turned to look away, and in a wink he was gone>
Related Words microsecond; snatch, spurt
Near Antonyms aeon (or eon), age, eternity, forever; infinity, lifetime

March 06, 2015
eolian Hear it
Deposited, produced, or eroded by wind
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