Flinch

• (v. i.) To let the foot slip from a ball, when attempting to give a tight croquet. • (v. i.) To withdraw from any suffering or undertaking, from pain or danger; to fail in doing or perserving; to show signs of yielding or of suffering; to shrink; to wince; as, one of the parties flinched from the combat. • (n.) The act of flinching...
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flinch

squinch verb draw back, as with fear or pain; `she flinched when they showed the slaughtering of the calf`
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Flinch

[card game] Flinch is a card game that was invented in 1901 by A.J. Patterson. Patterson grew up on a farm in Eaton Country and graduated high school at the age of sixteen. He moved from job to job in Grand Rapids and Chicago before he finally settled in Kalamazoo, Michigan as a bookkeeper at a stationary store, Beecher & Kymer . At home on...
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Flinch

Flinch intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Flinched ; present participle & verbal noun Flinching .] [ Prob. from Middle English flecchen to waver, give way, French fléchir , from Latin flectere to bend; ...
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Flinch

Flinch noun The act of flinching.
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flinch

draw move back wince 
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flinch

[v] - draw back, as with fear or pain
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