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1902, of uncertain origin, possibly from German Fink "a frivolous or dissolute person," originally "finch;" the German word also had a sense of "informer" (cf. stool pigeon ). The other theory traces it to Pinks , short for Pinkerton agents , the private police force hired to break up the 1892 Homestead strike. As a verb, 1925 in American English slang. Related: Finked ; finking .


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