W.O.T.D.


WORD OF THE DAY
WinkleWINK-əlPart of speech: verbOrigin: British, late 16th century
1Extract or obtain something with difficulty.2(Noun) A small herbivorous shore-dwelling mollusk with a spiral shell.
 
Examples of Winkle in a sentence “The interrogator was used to winkling confessions out of the most hard boiled subjects.” “The dock and side of the boat was freckled with winkles and barnacles.”