earache earache


  • (n) an ache localized in the middle or inner ear


  1. The investigators focused on data on 2,100 patients who had gone to a clinic for one of three common complaints: sore throat, urinary tract infection and earache.
  2. A company in Delaware sells the little fellas not only athlete's foot but also flu, earache, bad breath, ulcer, black death, flesh-eating and so on.
  3. Treatment is the same as for ordinary earache: dry heat and a cotton plug.



  1. "Jamie kept on at me all night, which is really good," said Hobbs. "He dragged me into positions and guided me, which obviously makes life a lot easier on your debut." "I might have a little bit of earache but it's all good."
    on Nov 2, 2007 By: Jack Hobbs Source: Daily Post

  2. "When a child gets a cut that requires stitches, has a fever or an earache or develops a serious disease, like cystic fibrosis, they should be able to get health care -- period," Murray said.
    on Jan 29, 2009 By: Patty Murray Source: HeraldNet

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