Noun(1) a sudden sharp feeling(2) a sharp stab of pain
Verb(1) cause a stinging pain(2) feel a sudden sharp, local pain(3) squeeze tightly between the fingers
(1) The sharp twinge of pain combined with suddenly rising to his feet must have induced a vasovagal attack.(2) Then at 65m, far out in front of the field, a sudden twinge tickles his thigh.(3) he felt a twinge in his knee(4) A sharp twinge of agony shot up her left arm, reaching her shoulder and spreading through her entire chest.(5) The first time I read this, I felt a twinge of panic.(6) Halfway through the day I turned my head and felt a sudden twinge of pain.(7) A sharp twinge of pain caused him to take in a hissing breath in an effort to resist temptation of crying out as she found the spot.(8) For example, if someone is suffering from arthritis in the knees, they will feel a sharp twinge , rather like a needle, when the machine sends a charge to the corresponding point on their ear.(9) He woke to a rap on the door and a flood of sunlight that caused his forehead to twinge in pain.(10) No matter how much we all like to pretend we've grown out of Christmas, there is still a twinge of excitement associated with the unwrapping of any present.(11) She rolled over onto her back and stretched, feeling the muscles in her arms and legs twinge in pain.(12) She felt a twinge of jealousy wondering if he was the same way with Mia and she couldn't help but long for a man like Blake.(13) I snapped my attention back to my friends and felt a twinge of annoyance after hearing Drew's speech.(14) While he was thinking of a way to entertain himself, he suddenly felt a small twinge of pain in his head.(15) I felt a twinge of anxiety when I first moved to Manhattan.(16) McConnell could be forgiven for feeling a twinge of envy.
1. pain ::
2. pang ::
3. stab ::
4. squeeze ::
5. sting ::
Different Formstwinge, twinged, twinges, twinging
Word Example from TV Shows
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I must admit,
I can't help but feel a TWINGE of envy.
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 1
Are you sure, 'cause I'm feeling a TWINGE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 22
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