sinky

sinky

(ˈsɪŋkɪ)
adj, sinkier or sinkiest
not firm underfoot
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After the nightmare I had at Ballymena, when I needed a back operation, I was going to call it a day, but Sinky (circled top right) rang me so I thought I'd go and give it another shot.
And on Wednesday at Fir Park - with the Hoops' 65-game unbeaten run on the line - Willie Collum was accused of handing Celtic a soft one and Sinky saved the day.
The part at the highest speed should be 99% full by volume, visibly short, not just sinky.
If she likes you after this sinky skate date--then marry her
Sinky and Flushy probiotics also break down and digest fats, oils, grease, and solid waste to ensure your disposal, pipes, drains lines or septic tank run smoothly.
Breen, also manager of the heavy-handed Sinky, awaits the return to the gym by the New Mossley-born former Commonwealth Games gold medallist.
Hall and her husband, Steve, named the squatter Sinky, because they fear he'll sink the 21-foot boat moored in Newport's harbor.
Roughly 17 or 18 players left after Colin McIlwaine left so it was a struggle for Sinky [Sinclair] from start to finish.
Twenty-five goal Sinky looks overpriced at 4-1 to break the deadlock and even money to net.
If all parts are short and sinky with no blush, flash, streaks, burns, or other defect, then there is no reason to profile injection speed.
I admit my Bankies' bad vibe is disappearing fast as their centre-half is now my workmate Sinky Soutar.