shrink back

VERB
  1. pull away from a source of disgust or fear
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How To Use shrink back In A Sentence

  • Dissocial to behavior, shrink back, the chronic schizophrenia with dim affection has urge the action with active drive.
  • Dissocial to behavior, shrink back, the chronic schizophrenia with dim affection has urge the action with active drive.
  • It will shrink back to a niche business once again. Times, Sunday Times
  • Claire wanted to shrink back in fear, she never saw anyone look so upset.
  • She saw the children shrink back as she spoke.
  • Why do you always shrink back from the possibility of change?
  • He thus seems to go too far initially, and then shrink back to an anodyne conclusion.
  • It will shrink back to a niche business once again. Times, Sunday Times
  • Fascinating, I think and begin to shrink back into my bag.
  • If a skill is used again and again, the link hardens; if it's used only once, the filopodia soon shrink back, triggering a change in the brain cell, a thinning of the grip that may explain forgetting.
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