To win easily
[1880s+; orig referring to a jockey dropping his hands and relaxing the reins when victory appears certain]
Tin abounded in the winkie Country and the winkies were said to be the most skillful tinsmiths in all the world.
We should be known as drunkards all over the shop before you could say winkie.
I may add that I possess much more wisdom than any winkie—man or woman—in this land.
By that time they had left him behind and were headed once more straight toward the winkie Country.
The winkie Country was really beautiful, and across the fields they could see afar the silvery sheen of the tin castle.
This ferryman was a winkie with a very small head and a very large body.
Dorothy may make up her own party and travel into the winkie Country.
An aged winkie, dressed in a uniform of silver cloth, came forward to assist them to alight.