To pink

Every day I get a 'word of the day' in my inbox, which is sometimes interesting, often annoying (spam), but today was quite a nice one, the verb 'to pink'

http://bit.ly/W8ZEN

Meaning
1 a : to perforate in an ornamental pattern??*b : to cut a saw-toothed edge on
2 a : pierce, stab??b : to wound by irony, criticism, or ridicule
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Example Sentence
"The sleek curtain requires no sewing; we pinked the edges to add a bit of detail." (Jennie Voorhees, Martha Stewart Living, April 2002)

Anyway, there you go.

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