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comment Is “teen-ager” correct? Still used? Etymology?
The unhyphenated version is by far more common in written US English today, as well. I think the New York Times example is indicative of a copyediting quirk more than anything.
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comment facial expression of sympathetic pain?
I do not think flinch and wince are synonyms, but I do think wince is the word OP is looking for.
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comment Do people still speak old English in South Africa?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is not about English.