1(recoil)estremecerseshe didn't even blench — ni se inmutó
- 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.
- Purists and pedants alike regularly blench when they see the things even supposedly careful writers do with the apostrophe.
- That this debate would be directly relevant to Michelangelo's poetry, let alone to Petrarch's, is a stretch that might have made literary critics blench.
- Many philosophers blenched at the idea even of educating, let alone empowering, the common people.
- She blenched and left hurriedly; I doubt that she will be back.
- Spinning around, she jabbed the hilt of her dagger into the stomach of the assassin, causing him to blench, his body going limp as he fell to the floor, unconscious.
- But even Melville might have blenched at Browning's final exordium.
- He kept passing worse and worse laws to see if Jack Straw on the opposite bench would blench at each ever more extreme law and order measure.