Prink vs Trink - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between prink and trink
is that prink
is the act of adjusting dress or appearance; a sprucing up while trink
is (obsolete) a kind of fishing net.
As a verb prink
is (obsolete|or|dialectal) to give a wink; to wink or prink
can be to look, gaze.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
From (etyl) . More at .
(obsolete, or, dialectal) to give a wink; to wink.
Perhaps alteration (due to primp) of , (etyl) and (etyl) prunk.
the act of adjusting dress or appearance; a sprucing up
* 2006 , Louisa May Alcott, Little Women :
- [...] And does my hair look very bad?", said Meg, as she turned from the glass in Mrs. Gardiner's dressing room after a prolonged prink .
to look, gaze
to dress finely, primp, preen, spruce up
to strut, put on pompous airs, be pretentious
(obsolete) A kind of fishing net.