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twinge
used in The Veldt

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Definition
a sudden, short-lived feeling of pain or emotion
  • Oh, occasionally they frightened you with their clinical accuracy, they startled you, gave you a twinge, but most of the time what fun for everyone, not only your own son and daughter, but for yourself when you felt like a quick jaunt to a foreign land, a quick change of scenery.
twinge = a sudden, short-lived feeling of emotion (in this case, fear)
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