Sunday, 23 September 2012

Entry: hinked (v.)

In context: "Gately now was hinked only about the prospect of getting just one or two AA meetings a week in jail - the only meetings sober inmates get are when an area group comes in on an Institutional Commitment, which Gately's been on - when Demerol and Talwin and good old weed are almost easier to get in jail than in the outside world."

Definition:   hink (v.): intr. ? To halt; to falter.


SNOOT score: 1
Page: 463

Source: Oxford English Dictionary   

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