prink

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to give a wink; to wink
the act of prinking

And does my hair look very bad?, said Meg, as she turned from the glass in Mrs. Gardiner's dressing room after a prolonged prink.

to look, gaze
to dress finely, primp
to strut, put on pompous airs, be pretentious
{v} to dress for show, to affect stately airs
To dress or adjust one's self for show; to prank
put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive; "She never dresses up, even when she goes to the opera"; "The young girls were all fancied up for the party"
To prank or dress up; to deck fantastically
dress very carefully and in a finicky manner
{f} ornament, decorate, adorn; dress up, beautify oneself, dandify
prink

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    prank

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    Etymology

    [ 'pri[ng]k ] (verb.) 1576. From Middle English prinken (“to wink, signal with the eye”), from prinke, prinche (“a wink, twinkling of the eye, momentary gesture”), from Old English princ (“a wink”). More at pry.

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