lancinating

[ lan-suh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF lancinating
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Perhaps never before, only once in any case, did I experience an excitement so lancinating as I experienced that day.

The whole mamma was large and hard, and the seat of lancinating pain.

Pains of a lancinating character, extended over the head and neck, producing sickness and want of sleep.

Lancinating pains continually tormented the patient; especially on attempting to masticate.

Finally, there may be severe local burning or lancinating pains, particularly after meals.

The intensity of suffering ranges from a dull heavy pain to one which is acute and lancinating.

The lancinating pain of doubt passed away, and she remained thinking of the impossibility of bearing any longer with the life.

There came over me a sense of sickly faintness, accompanied with acute, lancinating pains in the head and neck.

She only knew they beat upon her with the cruel, lancinating sharpness of hail driven by the wind.

Hal felt a swift sting, a burning, lancinating pain in his right pectoral muscle.

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