Crossword clues for blin
The Collaborative International Dictionary
blini \bli"ni\ (bl[=e]"n[=e]; bl[i^]"n[=e]), n. pl.; sing. blin. [Russian.] Russian pancakes of buckwheat flour and yeast, sometimes made from white flour; they are usually served folded over, with caviar and sour cream on the inside; -- properly, it is a plural word (from the Russian plural of blin) but in America, often used as singular; thus the common plural blinis.
Syn: bliny, blinis.
Etymology 1 n. (context obsolete English) cessation; end vb. 1 (context obsolete English) To cease from. 2 (context archaic or dialectal English) To stop, desist; to cease to move, run, flow, etc., let up.
Blin may refer to the following:
Usage examples of "blin".
Ike's dad used to do it in the Wind River Range for Texans who paid to sit in a blind and 'hunt' browns and blacks.
You would not know the old blind man was dying, his enthusiasm for the raspberries was so complete.
Like all of de l'Orme's acquisitions, he was so physically perfect you wondered if the blind man was really blind.
He did not relish the sight of a blind man arguing with bayonets.
Drill instructors began taking recruits to the rifle ranges at midnight for point-and-fire practice and blindfolded rappels.
With this kind of low ground, the high ground was nothing but a blind man waiting to be robbed.
One by one the Rangers had gone through the gate, turning into bursts of blinding radiance.
If not for a blind man's bare fingertips, it might never have been discovered.
Occasionally they forced him to walk blindly down the tunnels.
Small toxic clouds swirled at head level, blinding white in their headlamps.
It can create a devastating wound, break up into multiple fléchettes, or simply create a blinding distraction.
Black eyes or blue, kinky hair or straight, chocolate skin or yellow or brown or white, crooked, blind, or straight: none of that mattered.
The Dominicans hurried to their relic and alternated between scrutinizing the linen for damage and guarding it from the blind trickster.
The carefully woven combinations of light and other electromagnetic wavelengths were blinding and generally lethal to life-forms bred in darkness.
Ali blinked quickly at the dense piles of bone and flesh, and raised her eyes to quell her sickness.