pained[ peynd ]SEE DEFINITION OF pained
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PAINED
I confess, Eudora, it pained me to see you listen to his idle flattery.
Yet he was pained at the information imparted by his sister Winnie who was good.
He tossed my hand from him with a whirl, that pained my very shoulder.
He put his hands up to his head, as if it throbbed or pained him.
Mr. Withells stood stock-still where he was, in pained astonishment.
It pained and troubled her, though she did not consider why it should do so.
But he had previously seen her so pained that he felt afraid of irritating her again.
Then for a moment his voice dropped, and took on a pained tone.
No reason can be imagined for her feigning a possession which has pained her in a thousand ways.
"But it was that also," she answered quickly, fearing perhaps that she had pained me.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PAINED
- down in the mouth
- in pain
- on a downer
- in a bad way
- out of luck