Meaning: To twist the body, face, or limbs or as in pain or distress
Now let us understand the meaning of this word through a picture
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The sportsman fell of abruptly and was writhing in pain.
Usage/Example: 1. The prawns are seen wriggling and writhing on the skewers, which are placed on a plate on the table. (Source: The Sun)
2. He then threw her out of the house where she continued to bleed and writhe in pain on the steps as neighbours gathered. (source: DAWN.com)
3. As both men writhe on the floor in pain, the ball reaches Thomas and his shot hits the post. (Source: Eurosport.com)
Related Words (Synonyms)
Here we have represented the synonyms using an analogy which is related. The moon and stars are related to each other
Unrelated Words (Antonyms)
(Here we have represented the antonyms of this word using an analogy which is unrelated. The sun and clouds are opposites of each other)
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