食いしばる, 食い合わす, 噛み合わせる
Noun(1) a small slip noose made with seizing(2) the act of grasping
Verb(1) hold in a tight grasp(2) squeeze together tightly
(1) He feels a clench of chill around his heart, remembering Lex's rant earlier.(2) Mark felt his stomach clench in alarm(3) A forceful clench of her hands froze us together in a bowing sweep as the piece ended in a thundering crash of drums.(4) She could feel her stomach beginning to clench up into knots.(5) Darcy rushed out and I felt a clench in my stomach, hoping she wasn't talking about Scarlett.(6) Through the powerful clench in her teeth, she nodded, wincing every time her heart beat against the pressure on her forearm.(7) The creases in her face deepened as his frown turned into a clench .(8) I looked away from Matt as I felt a clench in my chest.(9) she saw the anger rise, saw the clench of his fists(10) Standing, I saw her muscles clench and Natalia inhaled sharply.(11) There was a feeling in the young man's stomach, of hatred and sickness, and a horrible clench .(12) They all felt a lump in their throats, a clench in their hearts, and an ache in their chests.(13) It had not helped, even with the burning clench of his muscles or the adrenaline coursing through his body.(14) Nobody knows what you're doing unless you tell them you're doing clenches .(15) Maxwell resumed his furious pacing, clenching the phone tightly, ├ö├ç├┐Is he all right?├ö├ç├û(16) His fingers convulsively clenched into fists for an instant before he forced his tense muscles to relax.
(1) clench up :: アップ握り締めます
1. squeeze together ::
2. grip ::
3. clinch ::
4. grasp ::
5. clinch ::
Different Formsclench, clenched, clenches, clenching
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