jinks

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noisy and mischievous merrymaking
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third-person singular of jink
plural of , jink
{i} revelry, liveliness
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Tricky and/or humorous behavior
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High jinks is lively, excited behaviour in which people do things for fun. noisy or excited behaviour when people are having fun
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noisy and mischievous merrymaking
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lively behavior
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An aircraft maneuver which sharply changes the instantaneous flight path but maintains the overall route of flight More violent than a weave
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except as a hunting term in pig-sticking
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The goal of the poor: money or coins "That's going to take a lot of jink!" means an expensive bit of garnishing
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(Rugby football) manoeuvre, change direction
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{i} quick evasive motion, dodge
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A quick evasive turn
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To make a quick evasive turn
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{f} move in a quick manner so as to avoid something (i.e. a collision), dodge; cause someone or something to move in quick dodging movements
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with a sudden turn; hence, to dodge; to escape by a quick turn; obs
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or dial
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To jink somewhere means to move there quickly in an irregular way, rather than by moving in a straight line. As they reached the start-finish line Prost jinked right and drew abreast. see also high jinks. to change direction suddenly
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To cause a vehicle to make a quick evasive turn
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To move quickly, esp
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In the games of spoilfive and forty-five, to win the game by taking all five tricks; also, to play to win all five tricks, losing what has been already won if unsuccessful
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    Türkische aussprache

    cîngks

    Aussprache

    /ˈʤəɴɢks/ /ˈʤɪŋks/

    Etymologie

    [ 'ji[ng]k ] (intransitive verb.) 1785. origin unknown.

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