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Hes been sneering and hollering like the sorehead he is, and its sure getting too much for me.
That ought to give pause to the Amalgamated Sorehead Society.
We say that "knocking" is a sign of the "sorehead" and we sublimate criticism by saying that "every knock is a boost."
A PREFACE TO POLITICSWALTER LIPPMANN
Sorehead picks Mike up, an' sweeps a cord or two of glasswar' off the bar with him.
FARO NELL AND HER FRIENDSALFRED HENRY LEWIS
"I know one 'sorehead,'" remarked Ray with a grimace as he felt of his wound.
And my Jimmie is going to work to get himself promoted and quit being a sorehead at his steady hours and all.
It took the sorehead feeling of wronged genius out of me for good and all.
"Don't be a sorehead, Bill, just because you lost," put in Fatty Hendry.
THE ROVER BOYS ON A HUNTARTHUR M. WINFIELD (EDWARD STRATEMEYER)
I guess if I had a woman like you I wouldn't be such a sorehead.
MAIN STREETSINCLAIR LEWIS
Sorehead: A politician who has reached for something that was not his, and missed.

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