to shrink; flinch; quail:
an unsteady eye that blenched under another’s gaze.
to make or become pale or white; blanch.
The Danish History, Books I-IX Saxo Grammaticus (“Saxo the Learned”)
T. Tembarom Frances Hodgson Burnett
Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc Mark Twain
Milton’s Comus John Milton
The Queen of the Savannah Gustave Aimard
The Princess Passes Alice Muriel Williamson and Charles Norris Williamson
Browning’s Heroines Ethel Colburn Mayne
Shakespearean Tragedy A. C. Bradley
In Accordance with the Evidence Oliver Onions
Friendship and Folly Maria Louise Pool
(intransitive) to shy away, as in fear; quail
to make or become pale or white
to mix smoothly and inseparably together: to blend the ingredients in a recipe. to mix (various sorts or grades) in order to obtain a particular kind or quality: Blend a little red paint with the blue paint. to prepare by such mixture: This tea is blended by mixing chamomile with pekoe. to pronounce (an utterance) […]
sphalerite; zinc sulfide. any of certain other sulfides. Historical Examples A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines Andrew Ure The Indian in his Wigwam Henry R. Schoolcraft A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines Andrew Ure A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines Andrew Ure De Re Metallica Georgius Agricola The Romance of War Inventions […]
a family composed of a couple and their children from previous marriages.
whiskey that is a blend of two or more whiskeys, or of whiskey and neutral spirits, and that contains at least 20 percent of 100-proof straight whiskey by volume after blending.