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*verb: 1. to finish, to deplete 2. to move quickly (of an object)

From what i've heard of its usage, "rince" is nothing like its homophone "rinse". It is often used pejoratively.
1. "I can't believe you rinced all my cookies"

"He rinced a bottle of vodka that night"

2. (UK) football/(US) soccer "I heard the ball rince the net 3 or 4 times in the last 5 mintues!"

"The Ferrari rinced the Toyota round the circuit"
by Matt A from the UK August 15, 2006
to rince someone is to pwwn them or they just got pwned.
that person just got headshotted, i know he got rinced.
by chrisssslive March 10, 2010
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