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Thesaurus / sore point
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  • as inpeeve
  • as inweakness
  • as inbone of contention
  • as inred flag
  • as insoft spot
  • as inweak point

synonyms for sore point

  • annoyance
  • bother
  • gripe
  • nuisance
  • pest
  • vexation
  • flaw
  • vulnerability
  • lapse
  • lack
  • fragility
  • gap
  • deficiency
  • shortcoming
  • frailty
  • instability
  • failing
  • liking
  • taste
  • languor
  • prostration
  • appetite
  • penchant
  • imperfection
  • feebleness
  • passion
  • infirmity
  • enervation
  • impairment
  • inclination
  • powerlessness
  • proclivity
  • senility
  • delicacy
  • indecision
  • decrepitude
  • irresolution
  • fondness
  • debility
  • blemish
  • vice
  • fault
  • predilection
  • impotence
  • Achilles heel
  • soft spot
  • inconstancy
  • faintness
  • vitiation
  • invalidity
  • chink in armor
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antonyms for sore point

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  • delight
  • happiness
  • pleasure
  • attraction
  • desire
  • like
  • love
  • want
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        WORDS RELATED TO SORE POINT

        • altercation
        • apple of discord
        • argument
        • beef
        • conflict
        • controversy
        • debate
        • disagreement
        • dispute
        • grounds for war
        • issue
        • matter at hand
        • point in question
        • problem
        • sore point
        • tender spot
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