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Example Sentences for "pinch"

My son pinched his finger in the gate, and had to get a couple of stitchesMy aunt pinched me on the cheek, and then gave me a big kiss.

My son pinched his finger in the gate, and had to get a couple of stitches.

A pinch of salt in a pot of water will make it boil more quickly.

The little girl pinched her baby brother's arm so hard that he began to cry.

I pinched myself under the chin when I was fastening my bicycle helmet, and it really hurt.

Thoren almost broke his finger when he pinched it in the door.

Carl Jung once noted that the shoe that fits one person pinches another because there is no recipe for living that suits all cases.

The old woman's face looked pinched with anger and fear.

My swimming goggles are too small and they pinch my nose.

She put a pinch of hot pepper in the soup to add flavor.

Nigel pinched 10 from his mum's handbag so we could buy ourselves a couple of pints.

She pinched a handful of sweets at the shop while her mother wasn't looking.

The new secretary says that Malcolm actually pinched her bum as she was walking by his desk.

He's a real crook and he's not shy about pinching anything he takes a fancy to when he's in a shop.

Little Vlado was quite jealous of his new sister at first, and often pinched her until she cried when their mother was out of the room.

Lobsters are shy creatures, but can give a nasty pinch with their big front claws.

A French proverb notes that there's a pinch of the madman in every great man.

An Irish proverb remarks that the wearer best knows where the shoe pinches.


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