to lie low with the limbs close to the body <squinched down to fit under the table>
to twist (something) out of a natural or normal shape or condition <squinched up her eyes in disgust>
to draw back in fear, pain, or disgust <didn't squinch a bit when the intruder pulled a knife on him> Related Words blanch
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