TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «CRINGINGLY»
The term «cringingly» is used very little and occupies the 160.633
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CRINGINGLY»
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Oxford Dictionary of English
2[usu. as submodifier] informal so as to make one feel embarrassed or disgusted:
their early performances were cringingly awkward. cringle 7noun Sailing a ring of
rope containing a thimble, for another rope to pass through. – origin early 17th ...
.Under this iron rule, every measure that emanated from his brain was servilely
and cringingly carried by the thousands who had sold their birthright ; not
because they inwardly approved the measure, but because those who were far
Women of the Teutonic Nations
Rank was cringingly worshipped. s became of paramount importance in the eyes
of the middle classes. Borne satirizes this title worship: "I dividethe Germans
intotwo classes those who are Aulic Councillors, and thosewho would besoif they
Here comedy lies in ambition-about-to-be-thwarted, ranging from getting to
university to losing one's virginity in the most cringingly embarrassing ways
possible. James McAvoy and Benedict Cumberbatch, not known as comedians,
are superb ...
I.Q. Hunter, Laraine Porter, 2012
In More Sawn-off Tales David Gaffney creates a deliriously lonely, yet lovely universe where strangers hand you their watch and an estranged couple try to communicate through paint colour.
The Fruit Hunters: A Story of Nature, Adventure, Commerce, ...
Even though the lothario shtick was cringingly corny (rival magicians griped
about his act's being to entertainment what Velveeta is to cheese), we'd still get
all goosey when he came on the TV. Whatever anybody thought of him, during
The Devil Rides Outside
Her self-conviction exhausts us, but there's a grudging admiration for her nerve.
Christianne cringingly serves the meal under the constant rebuke of her mistress.
“Here, now,” she says to me after a while, “you haven't eaten nearly enough.
John Howard Griffin, 1952
Even MACLEOD, it will be recollected, sent, whiningly and cringingly, to the
Editor of THE LAncn'r, protesting that he had ceased to be the hack of the
booksellers in Paternoster Row. Even RODERICK MAcraon hastened to rid his
He instantly noticedall that,andof course realised it allat once; that is, realised that
I knew who he was, that I had read him and revered him from a child, and that I
was shy and looked at him cringingly. He smiled, nodded again, and walked ...
The Torrents of Spring
... bowed—some respectfully, others even cringingly. To one of them, a very
handsome, fashionably dressed dark man, she called from a distance with the
best parisian accent, 'Comte, vous savez, il ne faut pas venir me voir—ni aujourd'
hui ni ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CRINGINGLY»
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Album Review: Wolf Alice – My Love Is Cool
Not too miserable, but not cringingly hopeful either, Wolf Alice are striking a balance in songwriting.” Not merely content on penning anthem ... «Fortitude Magazine, Jul 15»
... Terminator and has prepared her for Reese's arrival thus becoming a father figure to her to the point that she cringingly calls him “Pops”. A lot ... «DIY Magazine, Jul 15»
Kubacki: Tax credit boosts economy; cost to state $0 By Ruth L …
The most recent story blared the cringingly misleading and erroneous headline: “Hollywood's gift from Illinois taxpayers - $200 million in film tax ... «ReelChicago, Jul 15»
Comedian Adam Buxton brings new show to Manchester …
McQueen's cringingly aggressive comedy tests the audience's levels of mortification to the max. While Demetriou and White - working here as ... «Manchester Evening News, Jul 15»
Susan J. Demas: Americans don't think 'liberal' is a dirty word …
If you listen to Ted Cruz, Bobby Jindal and Donald Trump canonize Reagan -- they even cringingly claim he's the "greatest living president" ... «MLive.com, Jul 15»
Review: 'Jackie & Ryan' Starring Katherine Heigl And Ben Barnes …
After a cringingly embarrassing intro speech on the line of “I don't know about you folks, but it really does feel like a hard time in the country ... «Indie Wire, Jul 15»
Review: Grin and bear 'Ted 2' hijinks
... cows for MacFarlane: Charlie Hebdo, Obamacare, Ferguson and Deflategate all get to be punchlines at some point, sometimes cringingly so, ... «USA TODAY, Jun 15»
Clumsy, bumbling — so what? Alexandra Petri's book celebrates you.
But Alexandra Petri, a Washington Post columnist, was — and continues to be — supremely, cringingly, legitimately weird. In her new collection ... «Washington Post, Jun 15»
James Corden does Carpool Karaoke with Iggy Azalea
It's an eight-minute video that goes from cringingly awkward to cute to funny and ultimately leaves you feeling a little confused about your ... «SheKnows.com, Jun 15»
The Story of the New Millennium As Told Through Beyonce's …
The cringingly appropriated bindi placed between Beyoncé's brows–a fad in the late 1990s oft-attributed to Gwen Stefani–paired with a silver ... «Racked, Jun 15»