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synonyms for twitch

  • blink
  • flutter
  • jerk
  • jiggle
  • shudder
  • tremble
  • beat
  • clasp
  • clutch
  • grab
  • grasp
  • grip
  • jump
  • kick
  • lug
  • lurch
  • nip
  • pain
  • palpitate
  • pluck
  • pull
  • seize
  • shiver
  • snap
  • snatch
  • squirm
  • tic
  • tug
  • twinge
  • vellicate
  • yank
See also synonyms for: twitching
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antonyms for twitch

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  • steady
  • aid
  • assist
  • fix
  • free
  • give
  • help
  • let go
  • liberate
  • loose
  • push
  • release
  • repel
  • retreat
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How to use twitch in a sentence

As expected, TikTok surged the most, to 68 percent in 2021 from 16 percent in 2020, Snapchat rose to 26 percent from 16 percent, and Twitch lifted to 13 percent from 5 percent.
AS INFLUENCER MARKETING GROWS, ONE AGENCY STARTUP TARGETS YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS TO WIN YOU OVERMICHAEL BÜRGIMAY 21, 2021DIGIDAY
The network became Twitch’s first content partner with the debut of a channel dedicated to the zombie drama series, while bringing in McDonald’s to sponsor weekly co-branded MadLibs games.
AMC NETWORKS, BARKLEY AND GODADDY ARE DIGIDAY CONTENT MARKETING AWARDS WINNERSMELISSA HAYESMAY 6, 2021DIGIDAY
The brand has also doubled its spend on social platforms, like TikTok, Snapchat and Twitch, since last year.
‘MAKE THE MOST OF THE OPPORTUNITIES WHERE THEY REALLY EXIST’: WHY F’REAL IS DIPPING INTO MOBILE GAME MARKETINGKIMEKO MCCOYAPRIL 29, 2021DIGIDAY
They were not just twitches or reflexes, I knew for sure, but outright attempts at contact.
DOES BIRTH ORDER REALLY DETERMINE PERSONALITY? HERE'S WHAT THE RESEARCH SAYSLYNN BERGERAPRIL 13, 2021TIME
The media agency has taken on several digital-first clients, including Twitch, Netflix, Pinterest, Nerdwallet and Dropbox, in part to balance out a heavy load of travel clients that went silent amidst the corona crisis of the last year.
MEDIA BUYING BRIEFING: MEDIAHUB’S SEAN CORCORAN ON DIVERSIFYING ROSTERS AND CHAMPIONING DIVERSITYMICHAEL BÜRGIMARCH 29, 2021DIGIDAY
The volunteers, roughly two dozen spread across four labs, were able to listen to math problems and answer them using facial twitches and eye movements.
SCIENTISTS COMMUNICATED WITH PEOPLE WHILE THEY WERE LUCID DREAMINGSHELLY FANFEBRUARY 22, 2021SINGULARITY HUB 
The creature's ears seemed literally to twitch with greed of news as he crossed the great quiet room.
A BUTTERFLY ON THE WHEELCYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
Not an eyelash quivered, nor did the lips twitch, when he held the keen blade at his breast and dashed himself upon the ground.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
She gave his sleeve a little twitch, smiled confidingly in his face, and sat down to do some much-needed mending.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
Twitch Bell,—continues till the middle of July,—best in the evening,—Stone fly.
THE TEESDALE ANGLERR LAKELAND
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WORDS RELATED TO TWITCH

  • agitate
  • alternate
  • bob
  • bounce
  • buffet
  • flap
  • flicker
  • fluctuate
  • flutter
  • heave
  • jerk
  • jounce
  • oscillate
  • palpitate
  • pitch
  • pound
  • pulsate
  • pulse
  • quake
  • quaver
  • quiver
  • ripple
  • shake
  • shiver
  • swing
  • thrill
  • throb
  • thump
  • tremble
  • twitch
  • undulate
  • vibrate
  • writhe
  • access
  • attack
  • blow
  • bout
  • burst
  • caprice
  • conniption
  • convulsion
  • epileptic attack
  • frenzy
  • humor
  • mood
  • outbreak
  • outburst
  • paroxysm
  • rage
  • rush
  • spasm
  • spate
  • spell
  • stroke
  • tantrum
  • throe
  • torrent
  • turn
  • twitch
  • whim
  • whimsy
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