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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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Midfielder Winks has started the season in good form for Tottenham and England No.2 Steve Holland admitted he is "a player we have been very much waiting for in that kind of position".
A two-horse race between Liverpool and City is widely expected after their dominance last year - but Winks has outlined why the pair should be wary of Mauricio Pochettino's side.
But far from being a damaging experience, Winks (above) believes the Madrid experience has unleashed a positive force.
But Winks has been working on making sure he is not affected by the sentiment of the evening.
Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate has cut his group down from an initial list of 27 that he named on May 16, with Southampton duo Nathan Redmond and James Ward-Prowse joining Trippier and Winks in dropping out.
"It's not ideal but it comes to us all in the end," said Winks, 38.
Panaji (Goa) [India], July 24 ( ANI ): Goa state Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Dattaprasad Naik refuses to budge from his remark that he made on Congress party president Rahul Gandhi, saying that the winks are made by 'loafers' outside 'colleges or maybe at girls.'
Even though the story might change every week , the routines stay the same so that if someone doesn't like Tiddly Winks at first, they soon start to enjoy the familiar activities.
Winks was only 12 when Modric joined Spurs in 2008, but nine years later the pair went head-to-head on the biggest stage - in the Champions League at the Bernabeu.
Winks was always on offer to his teammates going forward, looking lively enough, and forced Lithuania goalkeeper Ernestas Setkus into a smart second-half save.
But in the interests of fairness it must be observed that Winks' selection - after the withdrawals through injury of both Fabian Delph and Phil Jones - does seem to have been somewhat premature.