Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


It made her head ache yet to think of all she had gone through.

“You eat too much candy; that is what makes your head ache,” he corrected.

Have you ever gone long journeys by train, and does your head ache?

The noise makes my head ache, and I get lost every time I turn a corner.

I won't wear a hat—they're hot and stuffy and make my head ache.

Yes please, for it makes my head ache to read all the afternoon.

You've run until you've made your head ache, now haven't you?

And it would make my head ache, to follow these crazy notions.

Why do you make your head ache with these accounts, darling?

The Queen could not wear the necklace, however, for it made her head ache.