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!
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  • 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
  • George can only quack, oink, moo, and meow.
  • Hood was not sure their pet name "oink" would work for the new technology. Mission Of Honor
  • There's an "oink" word that I remember from childhood, but it is not shown in the Urban Dictionary as having the meaning we used for it, so I'm not going to tell you which one it was or what it meant to us. Archive 2007-04-01
  • Meat-free" is not a phrase that goes over well in Cuba, an island where long-standing privations have forged a strong, emotional bond with food – especially cuisine that once oinked, mooed or clucked. It's Not Fun To Be A Vegetarian In Cuba
  • The free newspaper lady, she oinked into her sleeve, turning her back discreetly on the free newspaper reading public, as she did so. London, 1 | clusterflock
  • Wallace calls Gingrich's failure to launch a "hash" and Stirewalt agrees, saying that Gingrich is typically seen as "brilliant but undisciplined," which is a euphemism for the way Gingrich like to get married and then boink other ladies. TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads
  • March 19th, 2009 10: 00 AM Tags: scientific progress does not go "boink Trapped in the Scientific Doldrums
  • BF, soggy cracker was totally my nickname in highschool ...... what a coinkidink. Hi. I'm Megan Fox.
  • The faint oinking of some of his pigs could be heard, even through the walls of the store.
  • The in-service support portion of the deal will be the subject of further discussions check the "oink" at the end of the post, said one source familiar with the agreement. C-130J: "Controversial military cargo planes get Treasury Board approval"
  • I was very taken by the man who oinked like a startled piglet when he laughed, which was virtually non-stop.
  • 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
  • I remember that 90s rule to create characters for Image Comics (from progressiveboink): 1 - take a pre-existing Marvel or DC Comics character that fat guys would like (The Punisher) 2 - change his name to couple a negatively connotative word (blood, die, death) with a second but completely unrelated negatively connotative word (shot, hard, blow) 3 - draw scribbles all over him Matthew Vaughn’s Next Film to be Adaptation of Bloodshot? | /Film
  • (and a bunch of other LOLspeak) literation (writing a story based on an illustration, rather than the other way around) yoinked ganked sacrilicious Buzz, Buzz, Buzzwords
  • And there arose a great noise like the terror of an intense thunderstorm as the assembled hosts oinked loudly in support and the council of swine-don murmured in appreciation of the oration of Napoleon and approved of his idea to use the swine flu as a weapon against the anti-swine-ites and the haters of ham. Global Voices in English » Caribbean: When Pigs Fly?
  • He said he eats ‘anything that used to moo, cluck or oink - as long as it's cooked.’
  • Additionally, onomatopoeia can change radically from one language to the next: English-speakers would say that pigs go "oink", whereas to the Japanese, they go buu. RRTeaching
  • They quickly put an apple in his mouth and told him to say "oink" as they examined his digestive system. News Alert: Doctors Find Rush Limbaugh Has No Heart Trouble.
  • I laughed out loud at Nora in the "oink" hat since it's basically a staple of our State Fair. Halloween Treats
  • Corey took his finger and pulled up his nose to resemble a pig and went up into Al's face and oinked, and snorted.
  • It was so good and very much like him to make that line about the condom, rather than do something like 'boink' her like he's simulating rape or something along those lines. AfterElton.com - Because visibility matters
  • Just as the Jade Emperor was about to call it a day, an oink and squeal was heard from a little pig.
  • Meat-free" is not a phrase that goes over well in Cuba, an island where long-standing privations have forged a strong, emotional bond with food – especially cuisine that once oinked, mooed or clucked. It's Not Fun To Be A Vegetarian In Cuba
  • *Yoinks Oreeoh crum boddum adn caramed drizzloled cheescake* witness protekshun kitteh - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • She has oinked her way from one side of the country to the other spreading lies and "pretending" she's intelligent. Sotomayor denies prejudging gun-control issue
  • Originally introduced as a potential love interest for both Dan and Nate as well as a one-time Bass boink, the hippy-harpy character has devolved from a borderline interesting counterpoint to all the glamour of her surroundings to a sniveling buttinsky with nothing better to do than meddle for the sole sake of spoiling everyone's fun. Watercooler: Gossip Girl's Vanessa Needs to Go!
  • The pig trotted off, oinking quietly to itself.
  • This man, who lived on an immense land closure, was isolated, and, as a result, when ‘he fell ill, his weak cries could not be heard above the snorts and oinks of the pigs.
  • Just as the emperor was about to call it a day, an oink was heard from a little pig.
  • A large number of writers, many of whom have happily oinked away at the trough of the public domain and fair use in their professional careers and who certainly did so as readers, suffer from the delusion when it comes to their own stuff that owning a copyright is the same as owning a house. Nick Mamatas' Journal
  • I love that they had to write "oink" next to the pig so that we'd know what it was. It's Life, Jim, But Not As We Know It
  • There were hundreds of them, all marching inexorably east, crunching their way across the tundra, emitting comical, guttural oinks.
  • The book is compiled and made public every year by Citizens Against Government Waste, which also dispenses "Oinker Awards" to highlight what it calls egregious examples of pork barrel requests. Politics Daily
  • This time, I was watching from the side when he hit the putt, and this time, I was the one who said "boink" as soon as he hit it. Hacker - Death at the Member-Guest
  • Though if I recall, Calvin tried this scroll down to Scientific Progress goes "boink"? in Calvin and Hobbes and it did not end well for Calvin. Quantum Mechanics on YouTube
  • Hotel California is one of my favorite songs from when Beau lived a delightful life in San Francisco during the late 60's and early 70's and bonged copious amounts of righteous weed and boinked copious amounts of lovelies--those were the days my friends, B.A. The online Hotel California
  • Nun-enforced restrictions on drunken stumbling and big bad rules against any liquor whatsoever represent a valliant attempt by the oinkbots to prevent anyone from getting run through with a Samurai sword or just plain stabbed, both of which happened last year with disturbing frequency. I am a bad, bad man…. « Skid Roche

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