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My goodness if that man doesnt have one stomachache, ended this sage young lady speaking from bitter experiences of her own.
THREE LITTLE WOMENGABRIELLE E. JACKSON
Besides, I never had worse than a stomachache in my life and you're a pretty healthy specimen yourself.
NORTH OF FIFTY-THREEBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
And they groaned over it—he and she—like people with the stomachache.
THE WHIRLPOOLGEORGE GISSING
Except that fever, I never had anything worse than a stomachache in all my life.
THE RED CITYS. WEIR MITCHELL
In response to Mrs. Presby's anxious inquiries, Tommy explained that he had an "awful stomachache."
Didn't I tell you I ought to have the biggest piece 'cause my stomach's the biggest, an' I'm not afraid of stomachache.
THE RIGHT KNOCKHELEN VAN-ANDERSON
Bangbangsit is also considered as a cure for stomachache, diarrhoea, and is an aid in bringing on menstruation.
THE TINGUIANFAY-COOPER COLE
Folks did not know then, as well as they do now, that they had the stomachache because they were too fond of rich dainties.
ANALYZING CHARACTERKATHERINE M. H. BLACKFORD AND ARTHUR NEWCOMB
While he was yet struggling between repentance and stomachache, the welcome sound of their voices was heard.
Can you be thankful for toothache, or stomachache, or any kind of ache?
MARY CARYKATE LANGLEY BOSHER
SYNONYM OF THE DAYAPRIL 23, 2021

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