Kink ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Kink ( noun )

  1. A sharp bend or twist in something, especially a rope, hose, or pipe.
  2. A mental or emotional block that prevents one from achieving one's goals or desires.

Origin:

The word kink comes from the middle english word "kenke" meaning "a bend or twist" the word has been in use since the 14th century.

Examples:

  1. He straightened out the kink in the hose.
  2. She had a kink in her neck from sleeping in an awkward position.
  3. The kink in the cable caused a power outage.
  4. He had a kink in his personality that made it hard for him to trust people.
  5. She had a kink in her thinking that made it difficult for her to make decisions.

(As a verb)

Kink ( verb )

  1. A sharp bend or twist in something, especially a rope, hose, or pipe.
  2. A mental or emotional block that prevents one from achieving one's goals or desires.

Origin:

The word kink comes from the middle english word "kenke" meaning "a bend or twist" the word has been in use since the 14th century.

Examples:

  1. He straightened out the kink in the hose.
  2. She had a kink in her neck from sleeping in an awkward position.
  3. The kink in the cable caused a power outage.
  4. He had a kink in his personality that made it hard for him to trust people.
  5. She had a kink in her thinking that made it difficult for her to make decisions.
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