- n a light that flashes on and off; used as a signal or to send messages
- n a blinking light on a motor vehicle that indicates the direction in which the vehicle is about to turn
- n blind consisting of a leather eyepatch sewn to the side of the halter that prevents a horse from seeing something on either side
- v put blinders on (a horse)
- Last week the marines' flying saucer was identified: a new type of red blinker light on commercial airliners, stronger than those previously in use.
- The room was packed with heavy-duty economic thinkers, not a blinker in the bunch.
- As long as he was playing perverted peeping toms and chemically imbalanced yakuza thugs, he could blinker away the fact that he was improbably emerging as a teen pinup, taking up .
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We've been hearing absurd claims from automotive inventors for years — cars that run on water , blinker fluid that won't burn your hands, soups that eat like meals — but the claim of incredible gas mileage from a big engine is one of the most common. Doug Pelmear claims to have a V8 engine that makes 110 MPG . It sounds like bullshit. Read more...
July 17, 2013 - Jalopnik
- David Hayes in Herald Sun
I have known she is a blinker horse for a long time but we have waited for the big one before putting them on,Hayes said.
- Henrik Larsson in Glasgow Daily Record
Larsson said: "The banter has been great. Enrico Annoni is fit, Regi Blinker is fit but Marc Rieper is a little bit dodgy. Jonathan Gould actually looks better now than when he was playing. As soon as I met up with the guys the jokes were flying...