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blink

(blink),
To close and open the eyelids rapidly; an involuntary act by which the tears are spread over the conjunctiva, keeping it moist.
Synonym(s): wink

wink

(wingk)
To close and open the eyes rapidly; an involuntary act by which the tears are spread over the conjunctiva, keeping it moist.
[A.S. wincian]

wink

(wingk)
The brief, voluntary closure of one eye.

wink 

The rapid, voluntary closure and opening of one eye. See blink.
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