English

Detailed Synonyms for blinking in English

blinking:

blinking adj

  1. blinking
    – informal intensifiers 1
    fucking; bloody; blooming; flaming; crashing; bally; blinking
    – informal intensifiers 1
  2. blinking
    – closing the eyes intermittently and rapidly 1
    winking; blinking
    – closing the eyes intermittently and rapidly 1

blinking [the ~] noun

  1. the blinking
    – a reflex that closes and opens the eyes rapidly 1
    the blink; the wink; the winking; the nictation; the blinking; the nictitation; the eye blink
    – a reflex that closes and opens the eyes rapidly 1

Alternate Synonyms for "blinking":


Related Definitions for "blinking":

  1. informal intensifiers1
    • what a bally (or blinking) nuisance1
  2. closing the eyes intermittently and rapidly1
    • he stood blinking in the bright sunlight1
  3. a reflex that closes and opens the eyes rapidly1

blink:

to blink verb (blinks, blinked, blinking)

  1. to blink
    to blink
    • blink verb (blinks, blinked, blinking)
  2. to blink
    – briefly shut the eyes 1
    to blink; to wink; nictitate; nictate
    – briefly shut the eyes 1
    • blink verb (blinks, blinked, blinking)
      • The TV announcer never seems to blink1
    • wink verb (winks, winked, winking)
    • nictitate verb
    • nictate verb
  3. to blink
    – force to go away by blinking 1
    to blink; to wink; blink away
    – force to go away by blinking 1
    • blink verb (blinks, blinked, blinking)
    • wink verb (winks, winked, winking)
    • blink away verb
      • blink away tears1
  4. to blink
    – gleam or glow intermittently 1
    to flash; to blink; to wink; to twinkle; winkle
    – gleam or glow intermittently 1
    • flash verb (flashes, flashed, flashing)
      • The lights were flashing1
    • blink verb (blinks, blinked, blinking)
    • wink verb (winks, winked, winking)
    • twinkle verb (twinkles, twinkled, twinkling)
    • winkle verb
  5. to blink
    – To flash on and off. Cursors, insertion points, menu choices, warning messages, and other displays on a computer screen that are intended to catch the eye are often made to blink. The rate of blinking in a graphical user interface can sometimes be controlled by the user. 2
    to blink
    – To flash on and off. Cursors, insertion points, menu choices, warning messages, and other displays on a computer screen that are intended to catch the eye are often made to blink. The rate of blinking in a graphical user interface can sometimes be controlled by the user. 2
    • blink verb (blinks, blinked, blinking)

Conjugations for blink:

present
  1. blink
  2. blink
  3. blinks
  4. blink
  5. blink
  6. blink
simple past
  1. blinked
  2. blinked
  3. blinked
  4. blinked
  5. blinked
  6. blinked
present perfect
  1. have blinked
  2. have blinked
  3. has blinked
  4. have blinked
  5. have blinked
  6. have blinked
past continuous
  1. was blinking
  2. were blinking
  3. was blinking
  4. were blinking
  5. were blinking
  6. were blinking
future
  1. shall blink
  2. will blink
  3. will blink
  4. shall blink
  5. will blink
  6. will blink
continuous present
  1. am blinking
  2. are blinking
  3. is blinking
  4. are blinking
  5. are blinking
  6. are blinking
subjunctive
  1. be blinked
  2. be blinked
  3. be blinked
  4. be blinked
  5. be blinked
  6. be blinked
diverse
  1. blink!
  2. let's blink!
  3. blinked
  4. blinking
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

blink [the ~] noun

  1. the blink
    the wink; the blink
  2. the blink
    – a reflex that closes and opens the eyes rapidly 1
    the blink; the wink; the winking; the nictitation; the eye blink; the nictation; the blinking
    – a reflex that closes and opens the eyes rapidly 1

Related Words for "blink":

  • blinking, blinks

Alternate Synonyms for "blink":


Related Definitions for "blink":

  1. a reflex that closes and opens the eyes rapidly1
  2. briefly shut the eyes1
    • The TV announcer never seems to blink1
  3. force to go away by blinking1
  4. gleam or glow intermittently1
  5. To flash on and off. Cursors, insertion points, menu choices, warning messages, and other displays on a computer screen that are intended to catch the eye are often made to blink. The rate of blinking in a graphical user interface can sometimes be controlled by the user.2

Related Synonyms for blinking