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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsanksank /sæŋk/  x-refthe past tense of sink
Examples from the Corpus
sankMoney center banks, telephone and drug issues gained, while communications equipment, beverage and electrical equipment shares sank.She sank back again on to the stair.And all heard single pure sounds, of varying pitch, that swiftly sank below the level of hearing.He scanned the newsprint greedily while his teeth sank into the bacon sandwich, the melted margarine dribbling over his fingers.It overturned and sank, killing 84 crew members.I sat on the wheelbarrow and sank my teeth into a fresh loaf.While it was on top, it lost some of the bubbles and sank to the bottom again.She sank within minutes, drowning all hands.