[ UK /ˈɔ‍ɪŋk/ ]
  1. utter a high-pitched cry, characteristic of pigs
  1. the short low gruff noise of the kind made by hogs
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How To Use oink In A Sentence

  • And then the guitar proceeds to hammer out the first lick and muffs one of the critical notes: duh-duh-da-da-doink.
  • Visions of dissolving garment or accessory being lifted out of washing machine in pieces after cheap and cheerful thread goes 'boink'. Blisstree
  • Lavalais said he eats ‘anything that used to moo, cluck or oink - as long as it's cooked.’
  • A dog would bark, or a pig would oink and it wasn't entirely clear why.
  • Would-be sexual partners can then "boink" their phones together (using the same technology as the BUMP app, which lets users exchange contact information by bumping phones) to determine whether or not they would be good together in bed. Mashable!
  • They all laughed, well, more like a series of grunts and oinks.
  • I bet it will taqke the "oink" out of a big hog, too! If You could have just one rifle...
  • Wow, what a convenient coinky-dink, is that just an amazingly close election, or what? Sound Politics: Surprise, surprise
  • For a normal flu, we say 'achoo', but for swine flu we say 'achoink," was another. undefined
  • At nine past nine the piggy swine / Broke down the door and guzzled brine / And hogged sweet cakes and oinked loud grunts / And pulled all kinds of dirty stunts. Sendak's Party Animals
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