chinked : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make or emit a high sound
- v fill the chinks of, as with caulking
- v make cracks or chinks in
- s having narrow opening filled
- The cogs turn slowly in the creaky machinery of the European Union, but last week they chinked into a higher gear when, for the first time, the European Court of Justice levied a .
- 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.
- They walked in an eerie bath of spotlights, casting their flashlight beams over the tops and sides of the sand-and-soil embankments, looking for soil that had chinked away and for .
- David Wells in SportingNews.com
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."
- Todd Helton in MLB.com
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."