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Definition of "flinching" []

  • Present participle of flinch. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "flinching" in a sentence
  • "It's hard to find examples of groups who are consistent in taking a detached view of their own past (human beings are not known for being consistent), but I would say that many countries look at their own pasts without flinching from the seamier side."
  • "Also with all that recoil your flinching is going to hinder you more than a smaller cartridge."
  • "Porting on a predator caliber is somewhat pointless anyway (there is some arguement for a faster second shot, but if you're not flinching from the noise you should get it the first time), but he hunts without earplugs and the noise level was unbearable with the short, ported barrel."