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7.
The Act of absolutely killing funny jokes or situations by attempting to back up the funny joke with a completely unfunny statement that preceeds an awkward silence. this act should be followed by someone else saying "Quinned It" to the quinner highlighting further how much of a dick that person is for ruining a funny moment.
person 1: (insert any funny statement here)

person 2: (completey unfunny shite comment)

person 3: "Quinned It"

Any situation like this should from now be refered to as Quinning
by schmichaellowe March 28, 2012
 
1.
This is when a person wins, or does well at something. It is a combination of the name quinn, and the verb winning. Together they make the adjective Quinning. It originates from charlie sheen saying duh winning.
Chad-"Hey how did Quinn do in the boxing ring today?"
sylvester-"Come on... it's Quinn. Duh, He was Quinning"

"You need to vote Quinn for president; Didn't you know quinning is winning"
by melon madness October 13, 2013
 
2.
Knowing you're going to do well on a maths exam.

Doing well on a maths exam.
Isaac: "Dude are you set for Maths B?"
Harry: "Yeah mate I', Quinning."

Isaac: "What did you get for Maths B?"
Zac: "A, up from my C last year!"
Isaac & Zac: "QUINNING!"
by quinning101 March 21, 2012
 
3.
When some one says you like some one you go over the top repeating words like i dont i dont i dont when you really do
Dude Alex was Totally quinning on Aim when i asked him about prago
by Horan Grayson February 06, 2008
 
4.
Synonymous with spooning

A laying down hug where friends lie back to chest, and fit into each other like little spoons in a drawer.
"Katie come quinn with me!"

"Aren't you guys just spooning?"

"No, we're quinning!"
by KaterTots November 15, 2012
 
5.
Quinning - To surround yourself with the opposite members of sex and act a player to hide your true sexuality.
Guy 1 - "OMG look at Jim! He is surrounded by loads of girls. What a player!"

Guy 2 - "Nah man. He is just Quinning it"
by VoidNinja February 14, 2014
 
6.
the act of making a customer who was about to buy a car change their mind because you can not talk them into paying an extra $50-60 a month for gap insurance and an extended service contract.
"Hey David, I just finished quinning those folks because they would not buy my products and they left for another dealership"
by THEZIGGZAGGMAN September 26, 2011