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I wish we were at home, and I was comfortably laid up in our damp garret, with a fine twinging fit of the rheumatism.
She still lives simply, and enjoys good health; but she tells me if she tastes flesh meat, it produces a twinging in the breast.
Later, when gout got to twinging him, he contented himself with cards and cronies.
Mrs. Eyrecourt's little twinging eyes suddenly became still and steady.
THE BLACK ROBEWILKIE COLLINS
When the last twinging tremour had run through the racked body, she leaned over and kissed her father full on the lips.
THE SHEPHERD OF THE NORTHRICHARD AUMERLE MAHER
Still, he had had his moments of a reluctant, twinging fear.
THE WAYFARERSMARY STEWART CUTTING
From the hour that I commenced the use of your Underwear, I have never had the slightest twinging of this pain.

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION