ache[ eyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF ache
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACHE
She had dreaded her loneliness with the ache that is despair; but she was not lonely any more.
It made his eyes yearn for the sight of her with an ache that was physical.
For my own part I was now feeling the ache of numerous and severe bruises.
Many years ago she died, but the ache comes back now, as I think of her.
"Your father is nothing but an ache and a stound to you, lass," Sim would say in a whimper.
I'd be nothing but an ache and a stound to the lass, as I've olas been—nothing but an ache and a stound to them all.
Philip's own throat rose at the sight, and his breast began to ache.
Her head began to ache, as it always did when a serious conversation was at hand.
I rose and stretched myself with an ache of luxurious languor.
You are the only man I have ever loved so much that it was an ache.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ACHE
- be in accord
- be in sympathy
- be kind to
- be there for
- be understanding
- bleed for
- feel heart go out to
- go along with
- grieve with
- have compassion
- identify with
- offer consolation
- pick up on
- relate to
- share another's sorrow
- show kindliness
- show mercy
- show tenderness
- side with
- tune in