Make a sudden flinching movement out of fear or pain: he blenched and struggled to regain his composure
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- But even Melville might have blenched at Browning's final exordium.
- Martha Stewart would blench at the Beehive decor, and it's hard to imagine Helen Clark posing with fluffy Persian cats, but otherwise Martha and Helen could pretty much swap places.
- A headline in the current Spectator made me blench.
Words that rhyme with blenchbackbench, bench, clench, Dench, drench, entrench, French, frontbench, quench, stench, tench, trench, wench, wrench
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