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twinged

See definition of twinged on Dictionary.com
  • as innip
  • as inpinch
  • as intwitch
  • as inache

synonyms for twinged

  • nibble
  • snap
  • catch
  • clip
  • compress
  • grip
  • munch
  • pinch
  • snag
  • snip
  • squeeze
  • tweak
  • twinge
  • twitch
  • nab at
  • sink teeth into
  • take a chunk out of
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antonyms for twinged

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  • expand
  • free
  • give
  • let go
  • release
  • allow
  • encourage
  • gorge
  • permit
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How to use twinged in a sentence

Then, seeing that she had turned white, he thrust the disgusting thing behind his back and twinged with the movement.
THE LAST SHOTFREDERICK PALMER
He shrank, trembled,—and the old wounds twinged and cringed.
THE KINDRED OF THE WILDCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
Mary's face grew very pale; the corners of her mouth twinged, and vain was the effort to repress her tears, she burst into sobs.
MILES TREMENHERE, VOL 2 OF 2ANNETTE MARIE MAILLARD
He balled his hands into fists and then quickly relaxed them as his broken arm ground and twinged from the sudden tensing.
MAKERSCORY DOCTOROW
His nature twinged at this, a burning flush made him hot all over.
AINSLEE'S MAGAZINE, VOLUME 16, NO. 2, SEPTEMBER, 1905VARIOUS
His conscience twinged as he remembered that he was the one who had ordered her out of bed and back to work today.
PLANET OF THE DAMNEDHARRY HARRISON
Roger almost forgot the homesickness that had twinged him once or twice during the day.
THE WHITE CRYSTALSHOWARD R. GARIS
But the elder sister's heart twinged and ached as much as her bones.
JOANNA GODDENSHEILA KAYE-SMITH
"Me-o-w," twinged a plaintive hint from the hallway just outside.
PEACE ON EARTH, GOOD-WILL TO DOGSELEANOR HALLOWELL ABBOTT
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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