Kink in a sentence as a noun

Phone cords usually end in straight sections, you just move the kink there and it disappears.

I could just move the kink location around but never anhialate it.

I don't understand why the author chose to kink the subways to preserve the same orientation in each satellite.

Cross-dressing is generally also a kink, while being trans is an issue of identity.

Now I want a font geek to look into why Discovery's name is done is a nice Helvetica-like typeface but the final "y" has that odd kink at the end of it.

Kink in a sentence as a verb

> hey let's go ahead and leave a negative feedback because there was a kink with the transaction?That's exactly what feedback on a per-transaction basis is for, isn't it?

Squatting is the anatomically correct position for a bowel movement; it straightens out the kink in the colon and makes the whole process more efficient.

You may or may not know this - but there are groups on Flickr that cater to just about every fetish and kink out there, and group moderations can "invite" an image to be added to the group's galleries.

But that doesn't require Apple's participation in the collusionThe kink that I think you may be missing is that the agency model dictates the retail sale price and the retailer profit margin.

You can think about it sort of like creating a kink in a piece of metal with a piece of dust inside of it, the kink then propagates through the metal by distorting the geometry of the larger object in such a way that the distance traveled by the piece of dust is less than the original distance between the start and end point of the kink.

Kink definitions


a painful muscle spasm especially in the neck or back (`rick' and `wrick' are British)

See also: crick rick wrick


a sharp bend in a line produced when a line having a loop is pulled tight

See also: twist twirl


a person with unusual sexual tastes


an eccentric idea


a difficulty or flaw in a plan or operation; "there are still a few kinks to iron out"


curl tightly; "crimp hair"

See also: crimp crape frizzle frizz


form a curl, curve, or kink; "the cigar smoke curled up at the ceiling"

See also: curl curve