• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • v. i Blenk To blink; to shine; to look.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • blenk To shine; gleam; glitter.
    • blenk To glance; give a look.
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In literature:

It might be better with never a blenk of blue.
"A Son of Hagar" by Sir Hall Caine
It proved to be Blenke, and Blenke proved to the satisfaction of the court that he was blind drunk.
"A Soldier's Trial" by Charles King
They must have heard our firing, and Lieutenant Blenks may have his hands full.
"In The Saddle" by Oliver Optic

In news:

I always wanted to know more about the man for whom the West Bank school was named: Archbishop Blenk .
Mary Blenk's wild-blueberry pie is so good it's a regular prizewinner at contests around the country.
When Mary Blenk was 8, she joined 4-H--not for the animals but for the cooking.