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There’s a unique twinge of betrayal at the core of whatever Levine’s death has left me holding.
The Colonel's countenance fell, and there was an awful twinge in his foot, but he didn't mind it.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
He was not sure whether Bruslart had spoken the truth, he did not much care, yet he felt a twinge of conscience.
Not the most discerning observer would have imagined he felt a twinge of regret over his failure.
RED PEPPER BURNSGRACE S. RICHMOND
She had a sudden twinge of jealousy, swallowed up by an immense tenderness.
FOUR DAYSHETTY HEMENWAY
Such a twinge came to him now as he watched the stout figure at the table.
Roy amused him, and he felt a little twinge of sympathy for him, too.
TOM SLADE WITH THE COLORSPERCY K. FITZHUGH
As Mr. Weller said this, the man's features assumed an unearthly twinge, perfectly hideous.
THE PICKWICK PAPERSCHARLES DICKENS
Mrs Ellison said it was, and at the same moment groaned, for her shoulder gave her a twinge.
The marquis was so shocked that he forgot the gout, and attempted to rise; a violent twinge made him drop back in his chair.
FILE NO. 113EMILE GABORIAU

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