Synonyms of 'kink'
1 twistDictionary, bend, wrinklea tiny black kitten with tufted ears and a kink in her tail
2 quirkDictionary, eccentricity, foibleWhat kink did he have in his character?
the quirks and foibles of people in everyday situations
We all have our little eccentricities.
human foibles and weaknesses
One of his idiosyncrasies was to wear orange gloves.
We decided, more or less on a whim, to sail to Morocco.
a coat as a provision against the vagaries of the weather
his abrupt, turbulent style and the singularity of his appearance
3 flawDictionary, difficulty, defectworking out the kinks of a potential trade agreement
The only flaw in his character is a short temper.
There is only one difficulty. The hardest thing is to leave.
The report pointed out the defects in the present system.
The age difference was a complication to the relationship.
I was thinking what a tangle we had got ourselves into.
The five-hour operation went without a hitch.
Scanners locate imperfections in the cloth.
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A bend in a road, pipe, or other long thin object is a curve or angle in it.
The crash occurred on a sharp bend.
A coil of rope or wire is a length of it that has been wound into a series of loops.
Tod slung the coil of rope over his shoulder.
Thesaurus for kink from the Collins English Thesaurus
A kink is a curve or twist in something which is otherwise or normally straight .