- v. Simple past tense and past participle of twinge.
“She took a deep breath of crisp morning air twinged with bus fumes.”
“The offending molar twinged as the twilight breeze drew more coolness into the air.”
“Anyone who has heard Mr. Russo would recognize his booming, Syosset-twinged rasp.”
“It does present a contrasting, future side of Bella, maybe even twinged with the fantasy/girlish flare that Alice known for.”
“She took in a deep breath as the nerves twinged but it passed after a few seconds and she continued across the room to where Donna lay, the Doctor sitting beside her and holding one hand.”
“Her side twinged, but she refused to double over again.”
“I had about three or four shots on the range where it twinged," he said.”
“Maybe it was to add romance; though I firmly quenched the thought with a good dose of rationality, a small romantic part of me twinged in a wrenching way when Alice chose to go back to reality after Hatter asked her to stay.”
“And if Hank so much as twinged, the pain would be … unthinkable.”
“My heart twinged at the disappointment in his voice.”
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