1. link => lank.
- lank: see link
- lank (adj.)
- Old English hlanc "loose and empty, slender, flaccid," from Proto-Germanic *hlanka-, forming words meaning "to bend, turn," perhaps with a connecting notion of "flexible" (see flank (n.)). In Middle English, "Some examples may be long adj. with unvoicing of g" ["Middle English Dictionary"]
- 1. She ran her fingers through her hair; it felt lank and dirty.
- 2. She had lank hair and sallow skin.
- 3. I've got lank work to do.
- 4. She looked at the lank figure leaning against the porch column, chewing a straw.
- 思嘉打量着这个靠在廊柱上 、 跟里嚼着干草的瘦个子.
- 5. He rose to lank height and grasped Billy McMahan's hand.
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