pink

Part of speech: verb

To decorate with holes; puncture; stab.

Part of speech: noun

A garden plant bearing a pink flower; also, the flower.

Part of speech: noun

A pale rose color.

Part of speech: noun

A type of excellence.

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Usage examples "pink":

  1. That Ellis Holbrook, his best friend, and the very pink of honour among the boys, should do so mean a thing, he could not think, and yet it was hard to think that Tip had not told the truth. - "Tip Lewis and His Lamp", Pansy.
  2. He likes pink and white milkmaidish girls. - "Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1907 to 1908", Lucy Maud Montgomery.
  3. On it was a pink card, and in her excitement she broke into eager German. - "Good Old Anna", Marie Belloc Lowndes.