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n.1.One who cringes.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The familiar characters on the show will be He-Man's trusted companions Man-At-Arms, Cringer, and Orko.
"And remember, there's no 'I' in team." That last one's a real cringer - and tops a new list of the most irritating office jargon.
Mae Mynydd yr oen swci hefyd yn dioddef a'i iechyd ac mae perchnogion Cringer y ci yn poeni ei fod wedi bwyta mwyar gwenwynig.
He is a social climber, a cringer, a fawner, a sycophant, a weathercock, a yes-man.
Nevertheless, this line of research tends to focus on consumers' internal motivation of cultural cringer rather than its relationship with the behavioral aspect.
Despite a few cinematic setbacks, including the all-time cringer Death to Smoochy, he hasn't done badly for a guy voted "Least Likely to Succeed" by classmates at Redwood High School in Larkspur, Calif The son of a Ford Motor Co.
She was a cringer. You never really got to see her when receiving bad news.
Not Bruce Wayne and Batman, certainly not Peter Parker and Spiderman, not even Cringer and Battle Cat.