pang[ pang ]SEE DEFINITION OF pang
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PANG
Here the pang suddenly struck her; she was not so numb, after all!
She could never have believed she could have felt such a pang.
There was a pride in the statement with regard to which my first feeling was a pang of envy.
A pang as of death went through her at the thought that she had not spoken.
If there was a pang, Betty pretended to herself that there was none.
A pang of remorse came to Hilda as she touched her brother's strong arm.
And what a pang for a poor creature to go off like that without a word, a caress.
Close by the path across the field to the road stood the Pang apple-tree.
Then he turned back again, and, just at the doorstep, paused with a pang at his heart.
Lisarda, however, continued, unconscious of the pang she had inflicted.