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Chink dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. I cannot let that chink be Tristan.
  2. She peeped through a chink of the door.
  3. He heard a sound – chink, chink, chink.
  4. She’s instantly put a chink in my armor.
  5. Show me thy chink, to blink through with mine eyne.

  6. A chink in the greyness becoming more pronounced.
  7. And through Wall's chink, poor souls, they are content.
  8. They chink glasses as the opening drum licks to the ZZ TOP.
  9. Each and every chink in the chain had to be removed individually.
  10. How can this Chink living with a nigger have a better life then.
  11. Sighing heavily, she placed her cup in its saucer with the muted chink.
  12. A chink of light from a covered lantern told him that someone was there.
  13. Before sitting down he peered through a chink up at the nextdoor windows.
  14. Any chick on the chink? he crooned in her ear, reaching for her crotch.
  15. My brain was churning, trying to find a flaw, a chink in the case against me.

  16. Every dragon has at least one chink in its armor that makes it vulnerable.
  17. Through a chink in the foliage she could see the outline of a man approaching.
  18. My eyes opened to a weak light entering through the chink between the tent wals.
  19. Legend has it that every chink on his cutlass is where it has struck a vertebra.
  20. Perhaps you could use an ally in this city whose strengths chink your weaknesses.
  21. I’ve spent thousands of years trying to find a chink in his armor, but to no avail.
  22. Fear could not find a chink in his personal inner armour, neither could the idea of.
  23. I pop through the chink and can’t believe my eyes! I think I saw it wrong and look again.
  24. Her eyes sparkled as she realised that she might have found a chink in his armour to work on.
  25. I was about to dismount and go searching inside, when I heard a chink of metal off of stone.

  26. The crack by which he had laid himself had closed together, so that not a chink could be seen.
  27. A sheer wall of rock had appeared before us, with no chink through which a mouse could have slipped.
  28. A whole group of them came up to the shed, and taking up a piece of stick, they thrust it through the chink.
  29. Rolling over her rollicking legs, he made his way to her chink to probe its depth through his protruding tongue.
  30. Through the chink Zhilín saw the road: it went down-hill; on the right was a Tartar cabin, and near it two trees.
  31. He would find some chink that John had not thought of or they would be careless one day and leave something unlocked.
  32. Even at a distance of two rooms I could hear the chink of that money—so much so that I nearly fell into convulsions.
  33. Everywhere voices were calling weights, there was the chink of metal, the rapid snapping of string, the hurrying to old Mr.
  34. The drawer was not quite shut, and the slight noise of pulling its chink a little wider did not interrupt Ingrain's breathing.
  35. The Leader’s confirmation of the burrows was the first chink in his armour and Fallon now concentrated on searching out others.
  36. There was a little corner of his mind that was still his own, and light came through it, as through a chink in the dark: light out of the.
  37. Almost five months after that first bloody attack, every chink in its exterior walls had been sanded and painted over with fresh white paint.
  38. Then it was withdrawn as suddenly as it appeared, and all was dark again save the single lurid spark which marked a chink between the stones.
  39. How can you let this happen? Rob demanded of Karyl as green-enameled plate armor rang to the blows of clubs and the chink of spear-tips.
  40. Then there is another thing: we must have a wall in the great chamber; for Pyramus and Thisby, says the story, did talk through the chink of a wall.
  41. He’d found the chink in Hemlock's armour long ago and had whittled at it until he was now sure he would follow Elm's instructions without question.
  42. Leaning over, Frank took the cup from her hand and placed it on the bedside cabinet with a muted chink, then studied her face, trying to remember her name.
  43. But how am I to touch her Achilles heel? Doesn’t she seem to be good hearted, after all? Well, that could as well be the chink in the armor of her virtue.
  44. Charles, who understood, took out his purse; the clerk held back his arm, and did not forget to leave two more pieces of silver that he made chink on the marble.
  45. The Angel- not to mention Scaraleigh- is not without enemies; enemies who would love nothing more than to find a chink in my armor, a weak spot to exploit and use against me.
  46. Generally, Steinbeck’s use of racially charged terms such as “Chink” and “spick” reflects the attitudes and habits of his characters, not necessarily of the author.
  47. Then Clare again stole a chink of light from the window, and they shared another meal, till by-and-by they were enveloped in the shades of night which they had no candle to disperse.
  48. It was getting towards the chillest moment of the morning, the fire had got low, and she could see through the chink between the moreen window-curtains the light whitened by the blind.
  49. All the hopes he’d had somehow to find the chink, the vulnerable point of the mind-executioner’s plan, and to turn his victory around on itself, vanished away, if they had ever been there.
  50. Then there ran out some other shaven boys, in nothing but their shirts, with no trousers; they gathered in a crowd, walked over to the shed, picked up a stick, and began to poke it through the chink.
  51. And the light mounts over the faces of all the tall blind houses, slides through a chink and paints the lustrous bellying crimson curtains; the green wine-glasses; the coffee- cups; and the chairs standing askew.
  52. Fermina Daza did not forget her husband’s terror, and even in the confusion of the first hours she remembered to order the carpenter to leave a chink where light could come into the coffin as a consolation to him.
  53. The road topped a low hill, and there was a great widespread whitewashed building in front of us, spouting fire at every chink and window, while in the garden in front three fire-engines were vainly striving to keep the flames under.
  54. When we were in the chink of the door, Americus seemed to remember the other two visitors; therefore he turned round and gave instructions to his assistants so that they showed my sisters the surroundings, which they accepted with big rejoicing.
  55. Near the first window, with its unbleached linen blind lowered to exclude the sunshine, but through the chink of which the sun kept throwing brilliant circles of light which hurt the eye to look at them, there would be standing a screen, with flies quietly parading the whiteness of its covering.
  56. When she lit her lamp to get up in the morning she found that the snow had blown through a chink in the casement, forming a white cone of the finest powder against the inside, and had also come down the chimney, so that it lay sole-deep upon the floor, on which her shoes left tracks when she moved about.
  57. At this instant the Trifaldi recovered from her swoon and said, The chink of that promise, valiant knight, reached my ears in the midst of my swoon, and has been the means of reviving me and bringing back my senses; and so once more I implore you, illustrious errant, indomitable sir, to let your gracious promises be turned into deeds.
  58. Then gently removing her hand, which in the first emotion of natural modesty, she had carried thither, he gave us rather a glimpse than a view of that soft narrow chink running its little length downwards, and hiding the remains of it between her thighs; but plain was to be seen the fringe of light-brown curls, in beauteous growth over it, that with their silk gloss created a pleasing variety from the surrounding white, whose lustre too, their gentle embrowning shade, considerably raised.
  59. Here much muttered conversation ensued, and the Mole only heard bits of it, such as—'Fresh, mind!—no, a pound of that will do—see you get Buggins's, for I won't have any other—no, only the best—if you can't get it there, try somewhere else—yes, of course, home-made, no tinned stuff—well then, do the best you can!' Finally, there was a chink of coin passing from paw to paw, the field-mouse was provided with an ample basket for his purchases, and off he hurried, he and his lantern.
  60. As the speed increased, and the Toad could see on either side of him real fields, and trees, and hedges, and cows, and horses, all flying past him, and as he thought how every minute was bringing him nearer to Toad Hall, and sympathetic friends, and money to chink in his pocket, and a soft bed to sleep in, and good things to eat, and praise and admiration at the recital of his adventures and his surpassing cleverness, he began to skip up and down and shout and sing snatches of song, to the great astonishment of the engine-driver, who had come across washerwomen before, at long intervals, but never one at all like this.
  61. I see a voice; now will I to the chink,.
  62. That had in it a crannied hole or chink,.
  63. Somewhere in the darkness was a sound: chink,.
  64. This Duke was circling him, looking for a chink in his defence,.
  1. He heard, faintly in the distance, a chinking sound.
  2. The chamber was quickly filled with soft grunts and the chinking of stone on stone as they worked.
  3. The repetitive chinking sound from the Uphrians’ scaled armour quickened, marking their sudden change in pace.
  4. Grabbing the plastic sack, Piers hurried from the bothy, the tins strapped around his legs and feet making muted chinking sounds as he walked.
  5. Rob flipped his hand toward the open door, from which a yellower, more congenial radiance spilled, along with raucous voices and chinking crockery.
  6. As the adventurers stood frozen for a second, trying to comprehend what they had witnessed, and the chinking of the globe as it rolled was disturbed by a ripping sound.
  1. They chinked glasses, then each took a small sip.
  2. Dried mud black with age chinked the spaces between the logs.
  3. He stretched out his hand and chinked the silken bag as he spoke.
  4. In his belt was a mean-looking cutlass with a blade that was as chinked as it was sharp.
  5. It was a big house of rough stone in big blocks, but pretty well fitted and chinked where it had to be.
  6. He lived in a one room cabin of roughly piled stone chinked with whitewashed mud and roofed with thatch.
  7. One of the choristers went round the nave making a collection, and the coppers chinked one after the other on the silver plate.
  8. The beer tasted great and they ordered several more and a couple of Vietnamese ladies joined them and chinked the lad’s glasses Zho Zho they said, and the lads remembering from Maureen that it meant cheers! repeated the toast, drank more and bought the girls a drink.
  9. When I went and took off Arthur’s helmet for him, I found a deep wound on his forehead, saw that the Saxon who had attacked him had chopped a piece out of his helmet, and the metal had chinked inward and gashed his forehead; it would need stitching when we got back to city-Calleva, for the wound was still bleeding.
  1. You remember Kensington? Ports, Chinks and Yids.
  2. It came through the chinks in the gate to hell, that laugh.
  3. Coming close to the tomb, he began to remove from the chinks.
  4. Cooks rats in your soup, he appetisingly added, the chinks does.
  5. Are there any chinks? he raised his head to assess her assets.
  6. Broken windows rattle and chinks of glass ring when they smack the ground.
  7. Smythe was trying to find chinks in Fielding’s argument but hoping not to.
  8. He cannot melt into thin air nor disappear through cracks or chinks or crannies.
  9. I’m no linguist, but I’m not some asshole that thinks all chinks are the same.
  10. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thru narrow chinks of his cavern.
  11. Chinks in her fortress of papers and books let through the cool morning light of the street.
  12. They stuffed rags and old newspapers in the chinks in the walls to keep out the wind in winter.
  13. He lay tossing and turning and listening fearfully to the stealthy night-noises: wind in chinks.
  14. The wind screams through their chinks as though somebody had caught it by the toes and was pinching it.
  15. Coiled in the bed of the wagon she'd seen nothing of the action through the few chinks unblocked by gear.
  16. But I think there must be chinks in them, for I find my mind is much hung about, after all, with Merivale.
  17. The darkness deepened and deepened, and they both lay quiet, until a light gleamed through the chinks in the wall.
  18. Waule's face, which was as neutral as her voice; having mere chinks for eyes, and lips that hardly moved in speaking.
  19. The facade of the white clapboard church was slashed with a grotesque pattern of bullet holes and lead-colored chinks.
  20. A little light reaches it through some chinks or crevices, communicating with it and open to the surface of the earth.
  21. Tom and Huck rose up, weak but vastly relieved, and stared after them through the chinks between the logs of the house.
  22. Most of the time it had been empty, for the winter lasted long, and cold winds would blow through the chinks in the walls.
  23. And between them and the white-haired man afar off, was the one small link, that they had once looked in at him through the chinks in the wall.
  24. Coming down somewhat later than usual, I saw, by the sunbeams piercing the chinks of the shutters, Miss Catherine still seated near the fireplace.
  25. Coming down somewhat later than usual, I saw, by the sunbeams piercing the chinks of the shutters, Miss Catherine still seated near the fire-place.
  26. LanCoste rode straight up to the pair and whoa’d the monster steed, the beast’s armor rattling briefly as the chinks found their resting places.
  27. After a brief rest punctuated by peeks through the chinks of the shelter wall, we hired two porters to carry the sacks on the rest of the foot journey.
  28. Jean lay in the warm water, locked in the little hut alone; the sunlight came in through little chinks in the woodwork and played on the water as she lay.
  29. When I began to have a fire at evening, before I plastered my house, the chimney carried smoke particularly well, because of the numerous chinks between the boards.
  30. The perch swallows the grub-worm, the pickerel swallows the perch, and the fisher-man swallows the pickerel; and so all the chinks in the scale of being are filled.
  31. We kept looking at one another, wondering whether the inhabitants, not daring to show themselves in the streets, were spying at us through the chinks of the shutters.
  32. If the green and yellow growth of weed in the chinks of the old wall had been the most precious flowers that ever blew, it could not have been more cherished in my remembrance.
  33. The dust came in in clouds, and they were obliged to shut the windows, but it still came in through chinks and settled all over them and choked them, and even lay in the delicate details of Ingeborg's nose.
  34. His light, a little later, broke though chinks of cottage shutters, throwing stripes like red-hot pokers upon cupboards, chests of drawers, and other furniture within; and awakening harvesters who were not already astir.
  35. The sun had just reached the angle of the ruined wall, so full of chinks, which no one, through a caprice of the mistress, was allowed to touch, though Cornoiller often remarked to his wife that it would fall and crush somebody one of these days.
  36. There, as it had an abrupt turn in it, they came all at once in sight of three men, whose heads were bent down close together at the side of a door, and who were intently looking into the room to which the door belonged, through some chinks or holes in the wall.
  37. Can a more striking instance of adaptation be given than that of a woodpecker for climbing trees and seizing insects in the chinks of the bark? Yet in North America there are woodpeckers which feed largely on fruit, and others with elongated wings which chase insects on the wing.
  38. But now in this hateful age of ours not one is safe, not though some new labyrinth like that of Crete conceal and surround her; even there the pestilence of gallantry will make its way to them through chinks or on the air by the zeal of its accursed importunity, and, despite of all seclusion, lead them to ruin.
  39. The poor man may retain honour, but not the vicious; poverty may cast a cloud over nobility, but cannot hide it altogether; and as virtue of itself sheds a certain light, even though it be through the straits and chinks of penury, it wins the esteem of lofty and noble spirits, and in consequence their protection.
  40. Would the just-hatched young sometimes adhere to the feet of birds roosting on the ground and thus get transported? It occurred to me that land-shells, when hybernating and having a membranous diaphragm over the mouth of the shell, might be floated in chinks of drifted timber across moderately wide arms of the sea.
  41. It must be Charles, she thought; he was so pale, so full of despair when she had seen him last,—could he have killed himself? She wrapped herself quickly in a loose garment,—a sort of pelisse with a hood,—and was about to leave the room when a bright light coming through the chinks of her door made her think of fire.
  42. When these smells got through the window chinks she would shut her eyes and think hard of the scent of roses and pinks, and of that lovely orange scent of the orange-coloured lupin she had seen grown everywhere in the summer; but sooner or later her efforts, however valiant, ended in the creeping coldness, the icy perspiration, of sick faintness.
  43. But the eye of love had already seen, even through the narrow chinks of the wooden palisades, the movement of the white robe,.

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