Screenwriting definition: dink.
D.N.Q. - in a screenplay competition, a "dink" is a script that Did Not Qualify, or make it past the first cut.
Screenwriter: "My script was dinked; it didn't even make it into the quarterfinal round."
Wish You Were Here.
So... so you think you can tell / Heaven from Hell? / Blue skies from pain? / Can you tell a green field / From a cold steel rail? / A smile from a veil? / Do you think you can tell?
Did they get you to trade / Your heroes for ghosts? / Hot ashes for trees? / Hot air for a cool breeze? / Cold comfort for change? / Did you exchange / A walk-on part in the war / For a lead role in a cage?
--"Wish You Were Here," written by David Gilmour and Roger Waters (Pink Floyd's nod to Syd Barrett's breakdown)