• Flinch - definition of flinch by The Free Dictionary

    www.thefreedictionary.com/flinch flinch (flĭnch) intr.v. flinched, flinch·ing, flinch·es 1. To start or wince involuntarily, as from surprise or pain. 2. To recoil, as from something unpleasant or ...
  • Flinch

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  • Flinch on the App Store - iTunes

    itunes.apple.com/us/app/flinch/id862550306 Description Flinch is a totally new take on the classic staring contest – just make ‘em smile. No need for a friend or third-party to call the shots.
    • Amazon.com: Flinch: Toys & Games

      www.amazon.com/Winning-Moves-1024-Flinch/dp/B00000IT40 Generation upon generation have enjoyed FLINCH since it was first introduced back in 1905. Now it's back, and better than ever, bringing with it fond memories of ...
    • Flinch - facebook.com

      www.facebook.com/FLINCHBASS Flinch. 60,011 likes · 2,406 talking about this. Los Angeles based beat maker Adam Glassco, better known as Flinch, is no stranger to the EDM world. A...
    • Flinch (card game) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flinch_(card_game) Flinch is a card game that was invented in 1901 by A.J. Patterson. Patterson grew up on a farm in Eaton County, Michigan, and graduated high school at the age of sixteen.
    • Flinch | Board Game | BoardGameGeek

      boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/2294/flinch Flinch is played with a deck of 150 cards numbered 1-15. Players are allowed to play cards in sequence (building up from 1 to 15) to piles formed in the center of the ...