The errant flashes of light in your brain depicting this possibility are strong enough to make you wince and want to cry.
As a self-admitted old man who has battled cancer, do those jokes make you wince now?
Memphis begins to pop up in the later chapters, and I wince at every mention because I know that is where the story will end.
Afterward, ABC News reported that Ryan appeared to “wince” as he stood behind his running mate.
There was a clicking sound as the cuffs went back on, but not tight enough to make him wince.
Every moment he seemed to be stronger, though his pain in his leg made him wince every now and then.
To talk to this woman of her mother made her wince, but it had to be done.
It flew on my coat, and as I tried to brush it away it implanted a sting on the back of my hand that made me wince in agony.
That ball grazed her tail, but she is too old a soldier to wince at trifles.
Hence, one sees him wince and shrink, as his ploughshare destroys the daisy.
early 13c., winch, probably from Old North French *wenchier (in Old French guenchir "to turn aside, avoid"), from Frankish *wenkjan, from Proto-Germanic *wankjan (cf. Old High German wankon "to stagger, totter," Old Norse vakka "to stray, hover;" see wink). Originally of horses. Modern form is attested from late 13c. Related: Winced; wincing.