flinches, 3rd person singular present; flinched, past tense; flinched, past participle; flinching, present participle;
Make a quick, nervous movement of the face or body as an instinctive reaction to surprise, fear or pain
she flinched at the acidity in his voice
he had faced death without flinching
Avoid doing or becoming involved in (something) through fear or anxiety
I rarely flinch from a fight when I'm sure of myself
An act of flinching
“Don't call me that,” he said with a flinch
draw back, as with fear or pain; "she flinched when they showed the slaughtering of the calf"
wince: a reflex response to sudden pain
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A reflexive jerking away; To make a sudden, involuntary movement in response to a (usually negative) stimulus
(Flinching) Moving bow arm and/or drawing hand just before release.
a) an involuntary muscular contraction usually resulting in jerking the gun just as it is fired, with a missed target resulting. b) inability to bend the finger to pull the trigger at all. The shooter is scored with a lost target.
vacilar; acobardarse; retroceder; estremecerse
1 (DC/Vertigo, 1999). Lee drew an 8-page short story, where works in a new and more "clear" style, that later was used in the flasbacks scenes in his Batman: Hush storyline.