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inkling
used in The Horse Whisperer

3 uses
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Definition
a slight indication, suggestion, or understanding
  • In such a landscape there was dislocation both of time and space and Annie felt the inkling of what could, if she were to let it, become panic.
    Thirteen (2% in)
  • Every now and then, over the past few hours, Annie had looked down there at Tom and Grace and felt just an inkling of something that, if she didn't know herself better, she might have mistaken for jealousy.
    Nineteen (92% in)
  • Sitting on the toilet, she wondered who it was they'd been arguing about and got a first uneasy inkling that perhaps she knew.
    Thirty-four (64% in)

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