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flinch Sentence Examples

  • It was her turn to flinch at the sting of his words.

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  • She tried not to flinch when he touched her cheek.

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  • The door didn't even flinch as she beat her fists against it as hard as she could.

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  • The light beyond the solid French doors made her flinch, but she forced herself to cross the doorway.

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  • The air between them shimmered with his body heat and her magic, and he didn't flinch away like normal people did.

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  • He didn't flinch this time, suspecting she was purposely trying to push the Claire button to manipulate him.

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  • The crowd's sudden roar made her flinch.

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  • The movie sequences were seamless from gameplay to the cut-scene and the combat animations didn't flinch at all.

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  • When the phrase "video game nudity" comes up, congressmen and parents tend to flinch.

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  • Jazz dance costumes aren't usually like ballet costumes; they're not always formulated to show off every flinch of a muscle.

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  • Jessi refused to flinch.

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  • He didn't even flinch.

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  • Brady didn't so much as flinch, and she hurried after him.

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  • The stranger didn't flinch or curse or scream or run.

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  • But what makes Candy so good in the film is that he stands toe-to-toe with veteran actress O'Hara and doesn't flinch.

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  • flinch at the sound of a round shot passing over their heads.

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  • Richards does n't flinch from showing murder most foul in all its grisly detail.

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  • flinch back, she leaps forward.

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  • flinch in the face of any difficulties.

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  • flinch in that war.

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  • Within its shade we'll live and die, Tho cowards flinch and traitors sneer, We'll keep the red flag flying here.

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  • As the oldest and most revered of the death dealers, only the damned millennial generation failed to flinch when he spoke.

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  • flinch at the prospect of TV diners and Angel Delight on the menu, fear not.

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  • The slight involuntary flinch of her shoulders struck him with agonizing impact.

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  • Go on stick a knife in them I would even flinch.

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  • Britain would not flinch from its " historic struggle " in Iraq, Tony Blair has insisted.

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  • But what makes Candy so good in the film is that he stands toe-to-toe with veteran actress O'Hara and does n't flinch.

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