from The Century Dictionary.
- To cringe.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- intransitive verb Prov. Eng. & Local, U.S. To cringe.
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- verb UK, dialect, US, dialect To
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Next, lower the scringe into the MO-DOR scringe-gripper aperture using the swigel-headed flonge to secure it onto the varnicle nodes, which conduct 20-zilihurtz magnifiers to the varnicles.
First, insert the lithinode distrillitor pack into the scringe under the panel marked Varnicle Reflexelator Chamber.
The ZVZ156 scringe must have a 14-inch aperture to successfully interflex with the MO-DOR picrochits.
You are the lucky owner of the Model ZVZ156 Vangplotz High-Digenation Wide-Scringe Framulator, Series 7000, with fernillated quick-response Worzel and 20,000 zurlebytes of scringe-view quorms.
Using the 7¾-inch extenulator, calibrate the number of inches spanning the scringe-gripper aperture on the MO-DOR scrambler.
WARNING: Even one woopler-varnicle node misconnection will cause xurls to disrupt the scringe-view quorms once the framulator is plugged in.
A little man of my company, while a good soldier, had a perfect aversion to cannon shot, and as a shell would burst just overhead, his body was seen to scringe, tremble, and go still deeper among the cobs.
The way she made her way across the Broadway of America made me scringe.
Thet makes Európean tyrans scringe in all their gilded pel'ces,
They gave it quite as willingly, I am sure, although you could see mother scringe when Laddie said "Father and Mother Pryor."