Prepositions after "wink"
wink at, across, from, into or to?
|In 79% of cases wink at is used|
|She seemed unconvinced by that, so he winked at her.|
|Even as I'd typing this, I'd looking at a big mound of ironing, just winking at me to be done.|
|And if she winks at him one more through the TV he is going to get sick! Joe Hoeffel Bio from Wikipedia: en.|
|My class would never feel free to make those comments in class because I, as the leader, would never wink at such comments.|
|But creator Josh Schwartz has also infused the show with a well played self-aware aspect that slyly winks at the audience and reminds them everyone is on the joke.|
|Rauschenbusch thought that the churches had aligned themselves with robber barons, supported unfair labor practices, winked at income disparity and ignored the poor.|
|Attractively encased in superior packaging (which by the way, would do nothing for the quality of the shave) they winked at me as they outshone their ordinary looking compatriots.|
|In 4% of cases wink from is used|
|Amid the talk of wine and food were also plenty of warmth, humour and side winks from Nicolette and Kara, and other staff.|
|In 4% of cases wink into is used|
|A large vision screen above the console winked into life revealing a wide starscape and a single very large sun dead ahead of them.|
|In 4% of cases wink to is used|
|Sometimes I make quiet little nods and winks to people in my posts, but the general message or story is very anyone who stumbles upon me and wishes to read.|
|In 4% of cases wink without is used|
|Code: Function = U1 Click Talk &; U2 has no option to wink without raise-hand like hello here i a let me Talk.|
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