Definition Of pinch
an act of gripping the skin of someone's body between finger and thumb.
he gave her a gentle pinch
I was pinched for speeding
grip (something, typically someone's flesh) tightly and sharply between finger and thumb.
she pinched his cheek
live in a frugal way.
if I pinch and scrape , I might manage
Example Of pinch
pinch out tips of shoots regularly
add a pinch of salt
Adding a pinch of MSG to my unreduced stock made it taste more brothy - that is, more like reduced stock.
Ally felt a pinch as she looked at him; she hated to know that he was hurting.
And I am not sure I would be swayed by the statement that a suicide bomber suffers no more pain than that of a pinch .