• (verb): Make a face indicating disgust or dislike.
    Example: "She winced when she heard his pompous speech"
    See also — Additional definitions below

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More definitions of "wince":

  • (noun): The facial expression of sudden pain.
  • (noun): A reflex response to sudden pain.
    Synonyms: flinch

Famous quotes containing the word wince:

    Women hock their jewels and their husbands’ insurance policies to acquire an unaccustomed shade in hair or crêpe de chine. Why then is it that when anyone commits anything novel in the arts he should be always greeted by this same peevish howl of pain and surprise? One is led to suspect that the interest people show in these much talked of commodities, painting, music, and writing, cannot be very deep or very genuine when they so wince under an unexpected impact.
    John Dos Passos (1896–1970)