the facial expression of sudden pain
a reflex response to sudden pain
draw back, as with fear or pain;
"she flinched when they showed the slaughtering of the calf"
make a face indicating disgust or dislike;
"She winced when she heard his pompous speech"
- Mention branding and a wince passes around the table.
- His smile soon modified to a wince.
- That statistic must surely make them wince.
- As soon as he touched her she seemed to wince and stiffen.
- I still wince at the memory of the stupid thing I did.
- He winced mentally at the terrible news.
- He winced as she stood on his injured foot.
They always made me wince with shame at their arrogance.出自： A. Craig
Blistered toes that caused him to limp and wince throughout the day.出自：Guardian