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Synonyms for chink

Synonyms for chink

a usually narrow partial opening caused by splitting and rupture

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(ethnic slur) offensive term for a person of Chinese descent

a narrow opening as e

a short light metallic sound

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make or emit a high sound

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fill the chinks of, as with caulking

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make cracks or chinks in

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From basic water supply and management system choices to building straw bale walls and treating logs and chinking, LIVING HOMES is packed with ideas and options owner/builders will appreciate.
Gorky's write and sing in Welsh (as do Ectogram), switching at will to English as if it were the most natural thing in the world - take the wonderful "Merched Yn Neud Gwallt Eu Gilydd" (Girls doing each other's hair) - much as they switch from the queasy dreaminess of the English psychedelic eccentrics (Kevin Ayers, Syd Barrett) to the great drinking song in "Lechyd Da" (Good health), complete with sitar, chinking glasses, and bar operatics.
Mechanically stressed rough-sawn cedar timbers simulate heavy hand hewn timber and chinking.
Even the chinking between the logs was free, courtesy of the hard clay soil of Buckingham County.
He must have heard the glasses chinking or smelled the alcohol and decided he fancied a wee drink.