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synonyms for achingly

  • sorely
  • in pain
  • in suffering
  • with difficulty
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How to use achingly in a sentence

She put her hand above her burning eyes and forcibly closed the lids that remained so achingly open.
A SHEAF OF CORNMARY E. MANN
Of the hushed rise of the dawn, the first flush of the sun that was so achingly lovely on the desert.
ASTOUNDING STORIES, APRIL, 1931VARIOUS
Phil could hear Quade frantically worming himself ahead, and he wondered achingly if it would lead anywhere.
ASTOUNDING STORIES, APRIL, 1931VARIOUS
He went on with drooping head and eyes that stared achingly here and there.
THE FLYING U'S LAST STANDB. M. BOWER
Ye gods, what a winter it has been—disillusioning, dull, hideously and achingly disappointing!
MY WAR EXPERIENCES IN TWO CONTINENTSSARAH MACNAUGHTAN
Mary's heart reached out achingly to Stefan, but he seemed to her a strange man.
THE NEST BUILDERBEATRICE FORBES-ROBERTSON HALE
Tom and I stood awkwardly to the side while Lil and her mother held an achingly chipper and polite farewell.
DOWN AND OUT IN THE MAGIC KINGDOMCORY DOCTOROW
Pixie was alone, more helplessly, achingly alone than she had been in her life.
THE LOVE AFFAIRS OF PIXIEMRS GEORGE DE HORNE VAIZEY
They stood tense in the darkness; Dan sensed her nearness achingly, and then the light was on once more.
PYGMALION'S SPECTACLESSTANLEY GRAUMAN WEINBAUM
“For some of him lived, but the most of him died”—can the heartache of the situation be conveyed more achingly?
REVOLUTION AND OTHER ESSAYSJACK LONDON
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO ACHINGLY

  • achingly
  • in pain
  • in suffering
  • sorely
  • with difficulty
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.