One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘She walks to me, slowly, flinchingly, and let's me engulf her in a hug.’
- ‘I somewhat flinchingly invite you to feedback your views on the changes so far.’
- ‘For any of you who have sat university finals, or academic finals at any level, I am sure the scene is flinchingly familiar. ‘Tis the season, however, and next month a lot of lives, careers and hopes will take a turn for the better or the worse.’
- ‘He had said it sort of flinchingly, knowing I was a Mormon.’
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