Slang A man, especially one regarded as foolish or contemptible.(noun)
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Use "gink" in a sentence
"Once upon a time in Ashcroft there lived a "gink" who was very much wrapped up in himself."
"The second "gink" was a big flabby-looking "duck," and when he had descended quietly the detective had no difficulty in finding out that the man was registered at the hotel as John Harrington."
"When she read that her favorite poet was Rabindranath Tagore she wondered who that "gink" was."