Sinkless vs Kinkless - What's the difference?

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As adjectives the difference between sinkless and kinkless

is that sinkless is without a sink (of any kind) while kinkless is without a kink or kinks; not curled or twisted.

sinkless

English

Adjective

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  • Without a sink (of any kind).
  • * 2004 , Peter Atkins, Galileo's finger: the ten great ideas of science
  • To see that Kelvin's and Clausius's statements are indeed equivalent, let's use a hypothetical sinkless engine to drive another hypothetical sinkless engine in reverse...
  • * 2009 , Margaret Donnelly, The Song of the Goldencocks
  • Esther leaned against the sinkless wooden counter against the wall. The counter supported a portable gas stove and a bucket of rainwater.

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    kinkless

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Without a kink or kinks; not curled or twisted.