chinked chinked


  • (adj) having narrow opening filled


  1. Trapper Macdougall went on following his lines, coming home at night to sleep alone in his tiny, mud-chinked hut near the deserted sporting camp whose summer patrons he guided.
  2. We mended the fences, painted the barn, chinked up the cracks in the roof.
  3. The average village is at least one-third rebuilt, with warm, clean log houses well thatched and chinked.


  1. "They weren't hitting it very hard," Wells said. "I got chinked to death, pretty much. I couldn't get a breather in the first inning."
    on Aug 17, 2005 By: David Wells Source:

  2. "It's a pretty good place to hit," Helton said Sunday of his .500 (6-for-12) career average in the storied park. "I chinked a few in. I'm happy."
    on Jun 11, 2007 By: Todd Helton Source:

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