Du (2011) treated this as the symptom of cultural cringe
Almost 63 percent of those surveyed also said fathers were more cringe
inducing than their mothers.
Some individuals, especially those with chronic health issues, almost cringe
away from our touch, as we are merely "doing things"
At the same time, cultural cringe
certainly beats unbridled arrogance, which is why we're Oregon, not Texas.
Male and female readers will cringe
during a scene in which Ron meets a young woman at a summer arts/writing camp and learns a difficult lesson about coming on too strong.
in my seat because, even at 14, I cannot miss the parallels between my situation in a British colony and Caliban's.
The fact is, many women still cringe
at the thought of their menstrual cycle.
Some move with a hip-swinging confidence, while others cringe
, careful not to step on one of the pool's many floor cracks.
What follows is one tale after another, where you have to laugh, cringe
, blink, and remember to breathe.
The Democratic defense of abortion makes me cringe
," Blustain wrote.
Say the words "down time" to any mining contractor, and one is guaranteed to see him cringe
What it puts him in the mood for sometimes makes me cringe
How many of us cringe
when we hear about "cancer patients" or "AIDS patients" instead of "patients with cancer" or "people living with AIDS," as if one's disease defined a human being?
at the thought of so much golf and paycheck temptation.
The collaborative documentary that Leth and von Trier made about this undertaking makes one cringe
, and then cry.