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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of wince.

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Examples

  • He pressed the ends of her fingers into his hard arm-muscles until she winced from the hurt.

    Chapter 1

  • The mother kind of winced her eyes and huddled further down in her chair.

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  • It was great that Roxy helped Betty out, but I kind of winced when Betty said, Isn't post housing free?

    Season Two, Episode Two - SpouseBUZZ

  • Tucker Carlson, and go look it up there - but I will tell you that he apparently "winced" at the way that his fellow Obama supporters urinated on the Inauguration ceremony by booing the President.

    RedState

  • (D-Mass.) said that "nobody mentioned McCain" during the several-hour-long meeting on the $700 billion market rescue plan, other than Frank and that his Republican colleagues "winced" when he did.

    Greatscat!

  • Frank: Republicans "winced" when McCain was mentioned in meeting

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  • Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) said that "nobody mentioned McCain" during the several-hour-long meeting on the $700 billion market rescue plan, other than Frank and that his Republican colleagues "winced" when he did.

    Democratic Underground Latest Breaking News

  • Frank: Republicans "winced" When McCain Was Mentioned In Meeting

    Democratic Underground Latest Breaking News

  • Politico: "Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) said that 'nobody mentioned McCain' during the several-hour-long meeting on the $700 billion market rescue plan, other than Frank and that his Republican colleagues 'winced' when he did.

    The Moderate Voice

  • His doctor winced, and replied "Well, that's too much, but I think you knew that."

    Paul Jury: 6 Things I Learned on the Fast Track Detox Diet

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  • Eclispe by Stephenie Meyer Page 82
    -" Edward winced, but smoothed his expression with a little effort."

    November 1, 2010