late 14c. (v.); c.1600 (n.), echoic.
I tink a lady of a certain rank has always good principes enough, to be sure, and as to the rest qu'importe?
I no tink it much of a countree, no havee muchee--how you call--Commerce.
Which is tink Tuttle's cue to open up on the266 story of his life.
tink, tink, a - tink - a - tink, tink - a - tink - a - dido!
"tink of dat horrid old woman wanting to steal our own little oppsie, woppsie, toppsie babykins," he said.
Dey will not take de scrip at eighty-two, and I tink dey are right.
I'll tink de whole river not laugh so ver' bad if you pay dose young girl one hunder dollare for save you so kind.'
"I tink I shall try," she said, separating herself in her wrath from her friend.
No, me not like you, massa; me tink nobody like me,—nobody feel such a heart as me.
tink had worked there, too, and his sister had married one of the hands.