Noun(1) a reflex response to sudden pain
Verb(1) draw back, as with fear or pain
(1) Even an alarm clock buzzing right beside her head or a horn blowing near her ear wouldn't make her twitch or cause even the slightest flinch .(2) His ears flickered backwards, but only a flinch .(3) Christopher hesitantly reached up to hold the paper, giving a flinch when Sara's hands grabbed hold of his and guided the tearing action.(4) I was watching her face as the needle made first contact and guess what├ö├ç┬¬ not a flinch , flutter or grit of the teeth.(5) He could see that he had made the chaperone flinch .(6) There was no room for a single flinch of the neck or chin.(7) ├ö├ç┬úDon't call me that,├ö├ç├ÿ he said with a flinch(8) Without a flinch , I hit the brakes and slid to a stop.(9) Renee crossed her arms, glaring up at Wil without a flinch .(10) I rarely flinch from a fight when I'm sure of myself(11) ├ö├ç├┐Your partner didn't think so,├ö├ç├û he countered, shifting his injured arm and forcing a flinch .(12) ├ö├ç├┐The people of Nangoma are behind me and I have every reason to be confident,├ö├ç├û he says without a flinch or shade of doubt.(13) He felt her hand clasp on top of his, but he didn't move his, not even a flinch as she touched.(14) Not for a moment does the book flinch at the silliness of its high jinks.(15) ├ö├ç├┐Don't call me that,├ö├ç├û he said with a flinch(16) Because of the cold I'm wearing figure hugging wool Long Johns which he suddenly notices with a flinch .
(1) to flinch :: om wankel
1. wince ::
2. start ::
3. shudder ::
4. quiver ::
5. jerk ::
6. shy ::
7. wince ::
Different Formsflinch, flinched, flinches, flinching
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