He blanches when I mention that Lohan was mean to him and leaps to her defense.
In the revulsion of her feeling, blanches disappointment was an inarticulate sound.
The unsheltered sea heaves and heaves and blanches into foam.
She wouldnt if she knew—— blanches voice was muffled on his shoulder.
There a rose is wounded by the sun that has given it life; it shrivels, blanches, and withers away.
Result, her head came into smart contact with blanches guitar.
It blanches readily, is crisp, of excellent quality, and comes into use earlier than the Red sorts.
It is hardy, blanches quickly, and is not liable to decay at the heart.
It blanches without tying up, and becomes white, crisp, and tender.
It needed no acumen on my part to draw forth the whole of blanches short history.
"to make white, turn pale," c.1400, from Old French blanchir "to whiten, wash," from blanc "white" (11c.; see blank (adj.)). Originally "to remove the hull of (almonds, etc.) by soaking." Intransitive sense of "to turn white" is from 1768. Related: Blanched; blanching.
"to start back, turn aside," 1570s, variant of blench. Related: Blanched; blanching.