Imagine not knowing you played second fiddle to your brother once more, who met your wife first, and had her heart body and (I was gonna say soul, but it's doubtful she has one) no matter what you have done together over the years.
What does INK stand for?
INK stands for Imagine Not Knowing (men's and women's apparel; Michigan)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 14 other meanings of INK in our Acronym Attic
- International Network on Juvenile Justice
- InterNet Journal of Ophthalmology
- Indian Journal of Physics Section A
- Indian Journal of Physics Section B
- International Network for Jewish Professional Women
- Institut National des Jeunes Sourds (French: National Institute for Deaf Youth)
- Indigenous Nationalities Joint Struggle Committee
- Instituto de la Juventud
- Iglesia Ni Kristo (Church of Christ, Philippines)
- In Neuem Kontext (German: In New Context; Berlin, Germany)
- Inanda, Ntuzuma and Kwamashu (area in South Africa)
- Instituut Nederlandse Kwaliteit (Dutch: Dutch Quality Institute; Netherlands)
- Interactive News for Kids (Australia)
- Institute of Knowledge Advancement (Malaysia)
- Indian National Kennel Club
- Implementing New Knowledge Environments (digital humanities)
- International Network of Korean Entrepreneurs
- Inhibitory Natural Killer Receptors
- Institute for North Korean Studies (est. 2004; University of Detroit Mercy; Detroit, MI)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Can you imagine not knowing if you were ever going to breathe again, as that torrent of water went over your head?
Imagine not knowing how many holes in one you'd had.
Karen and I can't imagine not knowing Eric Solomon, Mike Oriard, Don Johnson, Judy Hakola, Joyce Duncan, David McGimpsey, Dick Stull, Stoneback, Higgs, Morrow, Lee, Crepeau--so many good people, just to name a few.
Imagine not knowing when - and if - you'll ever escape.
But imagine not knowing English very well and using a dictionary to translate idioms like "I put my foot in my mouth," "Knock yourself out," and "He's in a real jam.
Imagine not knowing if you can afford to buy groceries for your family, having to skip meals so your children can eat, or going to bed hungry night after night.