aching : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a dull persistent (usually moderately intense) pain
- v feel physical pain
- v have a desire for something or someone who is not present
- v be the source of pain
- s causing a dull and steady pain
my aching head
- The art is at times crude, but it rises to moments of extreme lyrical beauty, and the writing has enormous emotional range from aching sadness to some of the most brilliant .
- But for viewers aching for a romantic drama that leaves them emotionally, honorably exhausted, this could prove a total immersion in star-crossed love, if not perfect synchronicity.
- Low-stress exercise and over-the-counter pain killers are now being recommended for relieving those aching backs over the more high-tech measures currently used by doctors.
- Gordon Brown in Reuters UK
A system of this kind seems to have the potential to close the aching gap between the potential benefits of transplant surgery in the UK and the limits imposed by our current system of consent,said Brown, writing in the Sunday Telegraph.
- Taylor Swift in The Associated Press
I'm having a blast,Swift said. "I'm surprised my legs aren't hurting yet. I'm surprised that there's no aching going on. I'm really having so much fun because like we're all having a very good time today. They're all telling me really...
- Karrie Webb in ESPN
I think my heart just about jumped out of my chest, because it was aching for five minutes,Webb said.