He paused at that, for he saw his father wince at
the picture like a man physically struck; and again there was silence.
His soundtrack accompaniment -- with music occasionally sped up or slowed for comic effect -- is to wince at
Claustrophobic readers may wince at
Hurd's descriptions of spelunking, but they'll find the author's journeys a rare opportunity to explore the wild caves of the world.
As a European, I normally wince at
online forms that won't let me order because I don't have a five-digit ZIP code or a two-letter state.
Outstanding even with a few mispronunciations that only a fussy native New Englander would wince at
Just drop into any clubhouse or wire a dugout for sound, and you will wince at
the quality of the vocabulary.
Sunspangled, well down the field behind Wince at
Newmarket, should also put up a better show on the easier going.
Kieren Fallon held up Wince at
the back of the stands-side group in the first two furlongs before enjoying a smooth run through to take it up just over a furlong out from Valentine Waltz, who had the call on the far side.
So bookmakers' offer of Wince at
16-1 for the Sagitta 1000 Guineas after a clearcut, if workmanlike, victory in the Dubai Duty Free Stakes (Registered As Fred Darling Stakes) at Newbury yesterday will prompt a smile from blind followers of Warren Place.
When I wince at
their suffering, I must do something.
At least the slick ``Sum of All Fears'' made you wince at
a terrorist act; ``Bad Company'' just makes you wince as you sit through one poorly staged and uninspired action sequence after another.