Cringe in a sentence

Use Cringe in a sentence

Cringe;

Meaning: [verb] shy away; feel embarrassed; to go far away from someone or something with fear;

The dog was cringing at its master voice.

Every student cringed away and none said a word upon seeing the angry teacher.

The cat cringed at any sudden movement or loud voice.

Watching the scene makes you squirm, yell, laugh, and cringe.

The whole nation cringed before this dictator in fear.

It was easy for Phelps-Roper to write things on Twitter that made other people cringe.

It will cost $20.15, which isn’t quite $50 but is still high enough to make Marty cringe.

Some cringed when McDavid banged his hand on the glass during his goal celebration.

The result is a film so intense and intensely strange that moment to moment I was unsure whether to laugh, cringe, or sigh.

Some cringe at the question of who could fill her shoes, since there is no obvious answer.