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Synonyms for chink

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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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But not the Chink. He's going to minimize the losses of that mistake.
"I guess you'd better get out of Marseilles before Tough Bill comes out of hospital," he said to Strickland, when they had got back to the Chink's Head and were cleaning themselves.
You move 'm along my bunk, I move 'm along that fella Chink's bunk."
Another thing he noticed, which, expressed in his own words, was: "That's the all-dangdest cleanest Chink I've ever clapped my lamps on.
Old Barley might be as old as the hills, and might swear like a whole field of troopers, but there were redeeming youth and trust and hope enough in Chinks's Basin to fill it to overflowing.
No light appeared through the chinks of the shutters; no noise gave reason to believe that it was inhabited.
He constructed his cabin of small logs about six inches in diameter, stopping the chinks with clay which he found at the depth of a few feet beneath the surface soil.
WHAT was described yesterday as a "chink of light" emerged yesterday with a statement from Bob Price, leader of Oxford City Council, on the future of Oxford Stadium, writes Jim Cremin.
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Bookmakers' favourite Andy Roddick eased into the quarter-finals but revealed a chink in his armour which will provide a glimmer of hope for his next opponent, Jonas Bjorkman.
ONE cheering chink of light in the gloom that enveloped Welsh rugby last weekend was Gavin Henson's triumph at the International Rugby Awards.
Whelan (left) also tried to defend exchanges between Mackay and former Cardiff head of recruitment Iain Moody where the club owner Vincent Tan was referred to as "the chink".
They were private discussions, but there is more than a chink of light at the end of the tunnel for the SOS campaign.
PICTURE life in 1941 Night has come the sun has gone Darkness cloaks the valley of the Tyne No chink of light through any window shine A siren sounds like a thousand wailing cats Policemen, firemen, warden's don heavy steel hats A throbbing sound is heard way up high A beam of light shoots straight up to the sky Searching for an enemy bomber plane Heavy guns add with their own refrain Filling the sky with jagged metal rain A screaming bomb goes hurtling through the air A building turns into a massive burning flare Smells of roasting meat pervades the air Mixed with burning sugar, acrid sweet Water-soaked flour depriving us our bread News that some firemen are dead Fighting fires at Manors goods railhead Eating salvaged food for many days Those brave men forever deserved our praise.
We've found a chink in the armour of Annabel Goldie, the formidable leader of the Tory Party in Scotland.