1 n my is "Even his famous charm is not enough to stop us cringing
every time this ad appears.
No other nation would permit such cringing
homage to one person as its National Anthem.
And, as a native Oregonian, I say that without cringing
in the least.
, he confronts the reader with war as it sometimes can be.
Throughout the book I'm either cringing
or smirking at its taut balance of lyrical disorder.
Note that the accused refused to answer," she said to the cringing
man, wrote briefly in her ledger, and continued.
Beyond that, unfortunately, the film is so witless that rather than appreciation of what good sports its stars are, the appropriate response is cringing
in embarrassment for them.
As such, cringing
allows us to establish much-needed boundaries.
Focusing her MRI's high beam on the cringing
suspect, she realized that this pathetic-looking individual was the archduke of attentiveness.
I didn't want to come across too boring or too bad but I've been cringing
every time I see myself on TV.
Michel's tough, fed-up, and beautiful wife, Claire (Mathilde Seigner), is soon cringing
at Harry's lunacy, and Michel hasn't the backbone to toss him out.
The shamed presenter left viewers cringing
as he slurred his way through Ireland's Saturday Night Show.
His fellow squire and friend Edmund is equally effective, as well as Osbert, the thieving, cringing
servant, and an attractive young lady he meets in Rome.
We were apologetically playing, cringing
whenever the wrong bell was rung.
from the unfamiliar can be adaptive when facing something that bites but maladaptive if that something can be bitten into.