Recent Examples of oink from the Web
For two months, his cooks tinkered to find the right balance so that the bowl still had the DNA of pho but with some oink.
Not an oink or a moo could be heard as Baltimore's 4-H program gathered Saturday for its annual expo just blocks from Mondawmin Mall.
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Origin and Etymology of oink
First Known Use: 1938See Words from the same year
OINK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of oink for English Language Learners
: the sound made by a hog or pig
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