They carried the Weapon27 which spared not, nor flinched from the battle.
They carried the Weapon which spared not, nor flinched from the battle.
He flinched a little, complaining that they were burning him.
John flinched, and the muscles of his face twitched nervously again.
John flinched as at a cut across the face and then smiled a smile of relief.
If he flinched at her question, he rallied again too quickly for her to discover it.
He just shivered and flinched a little from the draft, appealingly.
It should not be said that the son of David Allison flinched or shirked a duty!
At the blaze of frustrated fury in Hilton's mind Laro flinched away.
Cardmaker, on his first examination, had turned his back and flinched.