Despite my self-control I winced.
"Sixteen Months in Four German Prisons" by Henry Charles Mahoney
If they are satisfied with the wincing Marquis, we have no reason to protest.
"Liberalism and the Social Problem" by Winston Spencer Churchill
She winced, for his hand was rough-palmed and strong.
"Parrot & Co." by Harold MacGrath
At any other time he would have winced with pain, but now he had no thought for himself.
"From the Housetops" by George Barr McCutcheon
Michael looked up suddenly at the duke, and the elder man winced at the expression in his face.
"Prisoners" by Mary Cholmondeley
She stretched her limbs and winced at the pain in them.
"Joyce of the North Woods" by Harriet T. Comstock
The construction of this wince is well shown in the drawings.
"The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics" by Franklin Beech
Like most men of single outlook, whose dignity is their most precious possession, he winced from an edged tongue.
"Jill the Reckless" by P. G. (Pelham Grenville) Wodehouse
Suvaroff fancied that he saw Minetti wince.
"The Best Short Stories of 1917" by Various
But he saw no better, and he winced from the touch, of the gun-lock, for it was hot.
"First in the Field" by George Manville Fenn
Deem'st thou that no honour liveth
Save in haughty breasts like thine?
Think'st thou men, like dogs in spirit,
At such blows but wince and whine?
"Loch Buy" by John Douglas Sutherland Campbell
And though bomb be matched against bomb,
Though all mankind wince out and nothing endure —
Earth gone in an instant flare —
Did a lesser death come
"A Woman Unconscious" by Ted Hughes
The sun set late, and wafts of wind arose,
And cuffed the blossom from the blossoming quince;
Shatter red attar vials of the rose,
And made the clover wince.
"Spring Twilight" by Madison Julius Cawein
Lay aside your "dears,"
"Darlings," "kings," and "princes!"--
Call me knave, and dry your tears--
Nothing in me winces,--
Call me something low and base--
Something that will suit the case!
"A Variation" by James Whitcomb Riley
Poor Truth she stripp'd, as has been said,
And naked left the lovely maid,
Who, scorning from her cause to wince,
Has gone stark naked ever since,
And ever naked will appear,
Beloved by all who Truth revere.
"Truth And Falsehood. A Tale" by Matthew Prior
Fly, braggart Russ, for British steel
Has wrought a spell to make you feel
And fear the freeman's arm.
To make your serf-born courage wince;
Fly, bear along your baffled prince,
And shield him well from harm.
"Battle of The Alma" by Janet Hamilton
Ymani Wince, an MU student, shares her thoughts about the 2012 election.
The wince-worthy Joaquin Phoenix meltdown "I'm Still Here" is either all bull, no bull or partly bull.
Brewer Jay Wince says he hopes to have it up and running sometime this summer.
WINCE -SMITH: Candidates must focus on US competitiveness.
51 year old Kimberly Marie Wince of Smithville died Monday at DeKalb Community Hospital.
Monday's Edge: Let freedom wince .
Charles Jennings Wince , 94, of Parkersburg, WV died Saturday May 26, 2012 at his residence.
He was one of eleven children born to the late Harvey L and Cora Morris Wince .
Why we should wince over al-Awlaki's death.
'Atlas Shrugged,' and Some Faculty Members Wince .
Wincing instead of winning.
Wincing and wondering at Eric Stotik's vision.
Wincing while You Work.
When Gophers women's hockey coach Brad Frost is asked if Minnesota can go undefeated this season, he almost visibly winces as he shakes his head.
"I think we may have gotten a little tired in the fourth ," Coach Rod Turnbull winced.
Ahmed El Sha ﬁe † , Ahmed Sultan∗ †Wireless Intelligent Networks Center (WINC), Nile University, Giza, Egypt. ∗Department of Electrical Engineering, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt.
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