pink

Pink vs Prink - What's the difference?

pink | prink |


As nouns the difference between pink and prink

is that pink is (slang|derogatory|dated) an operative of the (pinkerton national detective agency) while prink is the act of adjusting dress or appearance; a sprucing up.

As a proper noun pink

is .

As a verb prink is

(obsolete|or|dialectal) to give a wink; to wink or prink can be to look, gaze.

Pink vs Tink - What's the difference?

pink | tink |


As nouns the difference between pink and tink

is that pink is (slang|derogatory|dated) an operative of the (pinkerton national detective agency) while tink is (dated) a sharp, quick sound; a tinkle.

As a proper noun pink

is .

As a verb tink is

to emit a high-pitched noise or tink can be (knitting|slang|transitive) to unknit.

Pink vs Hink - What's the difference?

pink | hink |


As nouns the difference between pink and hink

is that pink is (slang|derogatory|dated) an operative of the (pinkerton national detective agency) while hink is (obsolete) a reaping hook.

As a proper noun pink

is .

Pink vs Zink - What's the difference?

pink | zink |


As nouns the difference between pink and zink

is that pink is (slang|derogatory|dated) an operative of the (pinkerton national detective agency) while zink is .

As a proper noun pink

is .

Pink vs Jink - What's the difference?

pink | jink |


As nouns the difference between pink and jink

is that pink is (slang|derogatory|dated) an operative of the (pinkerton national detective agency) while jink is a quick evasive turn.

As a proper noun pink

is .

As a verb jink is

to make a quick evasive turn.

Pink vs Piny - What's the difference?

pink | piny |


As a proper noun pink

is .

As a noun pink

is (slang|derogatory|dated) an operative of the (pinkerton national detective agency).

As an adjective piny is

of, pertaining to, or having many pines.

Pink vs Plink - What's the difference?

pink | plink |


As nouns the difference between pink and plink

is that pink is (slang|derogatory|dated) an operative of the (pinkerton national detective agency) while plink is a short, high-pitched sound.

As a proper noun pink

is .

As a verb plink is

(colloquial) to play a song or a portion of a song, usually on a percussion instrument such as a piano.

Pink vs Rink - What's the difference?

pink | rink |


As nouns the difference between pink and rink

is that pink is (slang|derogatory|dated) an operative of the (pinkerton national detective agency) while rink is a man, especially a warrior or hero or rink can be a ring; a circle.

As a proper noun pink

is .

Pink vs Fink - What's the difference?

pink | fink |


As nouns the difference between pink and fink

is that pink is (slang|derogatory|dated) an operative of the (pinkerton national detective agency) while fink is finch.

As a proper noun pink

is .

Pink vs Pins - What's the difference?

pink | pins |


As nouns the difference between pink and pins

is that pink is (slang|derogatory|dated) an operative of the (pinkerton national detective agency) while pins is .

As a proper noun pink

is .

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