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


Then he begins to blubber, and leak brine, and take on like a woman with a sick headache.

The first variety to be considered is "sick headache" or migraine.

Nancy Preen awoke with a sick headache, and could not get up.

All she can do is to have sick headache when she gets worn out.

I think he has had at least five days of sick headache since you saw him.

Miss Parsons was suffering with sick headache, and she herself could not leave her.

Perhaps she had pleaded a sick headache and had retired to her room.

To begin with, Mrs. Dale was suffering from a sick headache the morning after.

I never could see any glory in weak nerves or sick headache.

She was burning with fever; something like a sick headache was weighing on her.