blench blench


  • (v) turn pale, as if in fear



  1. Science has failed to discover how to blench their mordant effects.
  2. When he read references to himself which he considered defamatory in Collier's magazine, he was not one to blench.
  3. Lebed hawks law and order in a way that would make any redneck sheriff blench.
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