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blench definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to-draw right back or shy away, as from concern; flinch.
    • To shrink; to begin straight back; to draw straight back, from not enough nerve or quality; to flinch; to quail.
    • To travel down; to show apart.
    • to attract straight back or shy away, as from fear; flinch.
    • To shrink; to start back; to attract right back, from decreased courage or quality; to flinch; to quail.
    • To fly down; to make apart.
  • verb:
    • Variant of blanch.
    • To shrink; begin straight back; give way; flinch; turn aside or travel down.
    • (of the attention) To quail.
    • To deceive; cheat.
    • to attract right back from; shrink; prevent; elude; deny, as from concern.
    • To impede; obstruct; disconcert; foil.
    • to cultivate or make pale.
    • change pale, just as if in worry
    • Variant of blanch.
    • To shrink; start back; cave in; flinch; change apart or travel down.
    • (associated with the eye) To quail.
    • To deceive; cheat.
    • to attract straight back from; shrink; avoid; elude; deny, as from concern.
    • To impede; obstruct; disconcert; foil.
    • to cultivate or make pale.
    • turn pale, just as if in anxiety
  • noun:
    • A deceit; a trick.
    • A sideling glance.
    • A looking apart or askance.
    • A deceit; a trick.
    • A sidelong glance.
    • A deceit; a trick.
    • A sideling glimpse.
    • A looking aside or askance.
    • A deceit; a trick.
    • A sidelong glimpse.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To baffle; to disconcert; to show away; -- also, to obstruct; to hinder.
    • to attract straight back from; to deny from worry.
    • To baffle; to disconcert; to make away; -- also, to obstruct; to impede.
    • to-draw back from; to deny from concern.
  • others:
    • To shrink; begin right back; cave in; flinch; change aside or travel down.
    • To quail: stated associated with eye.
    • To deceive; cheat.
    • to-draw right back from; shirk; prevent; elude; deny from fear.
    • To impede or obstruct; disconcert; foil.
    • Upon or in relation to the repayment of a nominal or trifling yearly responsibility: placed on sort of tenure of land: as, the property is held blench of this crown. See blanch-holding.
    • To become pale; blanch.
    • which will make white; blanch.
    • To shrink; start back; give way; flinch; turn apart or fly down.
    • To quail: stated associated with attention.
    • To deceive; cheat.
    • to attract back from; shirk; avoid; elude; deny from concern.
    • To hinder or impair; disconcert; foil.
    • Upon or based upon the payment of a nominal or trifling yearly duty: put on a kind of tenure of land: as, the property is held blench for the top. See blanch-holding.
    • In order to become pale; blanch.
    • In order to make white; blanch.
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