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75 examples of  soreness  in sentences

75 examples of soreness in sentences

They carried a kettle, an axe, some quinine, a box of the carbolic ointment all miners use for foot-soreness, O'Flynn's whisky, and two rifles and ammunition.

The soreness left his limbs.

In a few moments I became insensible, but when I awoke an hour later I was astounded to feel a curious soreness in my ears.

All these things the good creature did with the kindest intentions in the world, but they produced in me nothing but soreness and discontent.

But do not lug me into the same soreness of conscience with yourself.

Now I am away from her, and dispassionately speaking of it, it seems as if my own soreness of temper had made me fancy things.

The soreness of her heart had not taken the form of a definite revenge as yet.

When the fit is going off, the patient mostly cries bitterly, sometimes knowing all, and at others nothing, of what has taken place, and feeling general soreness all over the body.

If the patient recovers, great soreness of the gums is almost certain to take place.

We will get us away to the greenwood tree, and there hold a merry feast in honor of our new friends, and mayhap a cup or two of good sack and canary may mellow the soreness of my poor joints and bones, though I warrant it will be many a day before I am again the man I was."

Two days had passed by, and somewhat of the soreness had passed away from Robin Hood's joints, yet still, when he moved of a sudden and without thinking, pain here and there would, as it were, jog him, crying, "Thou hast had a drubbing, good fellow.

She moved her hand to her side where, in reality, she was conscious of a troublesome soreness.

Now, fresh from a cold shower following a second hot bath, and further comforted by a petit dรฉjeuner served in bed, he felt measurably sane again, and sound in wind and limb as well, barring a few deep bruises whose soreness would need several days to heal.

In this he is certainly wrong; yet if Mr. Cholmondeley had run away, and others gave the same explanation of the passage, his soreness is easily accounted for.

Andy's pain and soreness were soon soothed.

This washing was customary, after whippings, as the planters claimed it drew out all the soreness, and healed the lacerated flesh.

And while we kissed and embraced each other with the affection of long lost sisters, still I could detect above the odor of cocktails an underlying current of soreness.

It is the festering soreness of his feeling concerning his mother, making him doubt with the haunting agony of a loathed possibility, that prompts, urges, forces from him his ugly speechesnowise to be justified, only to be largely excused in his sickening consciousness of his mother's presence.

And I went thiswise for a great hour, and was like to faint through the effort of my care and the soreness of my going.

And I was soon gone over to sleep, and waked not for seven hours, being much wearied by the fight and the soreness of my body, the which did put me into a great pain as I did rise upward from my slumber.

And she answered that she did be very well and had no soreness in her feet.

And presently, the Maid did gasp very weak and troubled with the soreness of the climb; and I came higher, and set mine arm about her, as we did be there upon the face of the cliff; and she stopt very still a little while, and an ease did come to her, and an assurance of safety.

[Lat.]; hurt, cut; sore, soreness; discomfort, malaise; cephalalgia [Med.], earache, gout, ischiagra^, lumbago, neuralgia, odontalgia^, otalgia^, podagra^, rheumatism, sciatica; tic douloureux [Fr.], toothache, tormina^, torticollis^. spasm, cramp; nightmare, ephialtes^; crick, stitch; thrill, convulsion, throe; throb &c (agitation) 315; pang; colic; kink.

disappointment, mortification; cold comfort; regret &c 833; repining, taking on &c v.; heart-burning, heart-grief; querulousness &c (lamentation) 839; hypercriticism. inquietude, vexation of spirit, soreness; worry, concern, fear &c 860.

pique, umbrage, huff, miff, soreness, dudgeon, acerbity, virulence, bitterness, acrimony, asperity, spleen, gall; heart-burning, heart-swelling; rankling.

Besides, all this is an affair between two amateurs, and every body makes allowances for little asperities and sorenesses in such a case.

"This is beyond all battles' soreness!"

But they that were kin to the Elf-folk were sorry for the little Wild Thing; and though the Wild Things cannot sorrow long, having no souls to sorrow with, yet they felt for awhile a soreness where their souls should be, when they saw the grief of their comrade.

It was natural that that party should still feel some soreness at the utter failure of their recent attempts and the disappointment of their hopes; and affairs took the longer time in being brought into perfect order and harmony through a strange mortality which took place among the first Governors-general.

But do not lug me into the same soreness of conscience with yourself.

Its symptoms develop with soreness and swelling of the glands of the throat, a cough, difficulty of swallowing, discharging at the nostrils, and general prostration.

The animal's mouth is made sore and sensitive by teething; and this irritation and soreness is increased by the use of improper bits.

"Nanahboozhoo then went on his way, but in spite of his magic powers he felt a sort of a soreness in his back.

That soreness remained in Colman's foot as long as he lived.

The sort of chaffing to which he had just been subjected was direct and brutal; it touched all his tender spotsthe very spots wherein he realized the intensest soreness of his deficiencies, and about which, therefore, he was the most sensitiveyet, somehow, he liked it.

His afternoon's nap had not taken the lameness out of his legs nor the soreness from the tender pads of his feet.

Pottiere caused his Men to hold Goodwin, while he beat him with a Stick till he fainted with Loss of Blood, and Rage of Heart: after which he ordered him into Irons without allowing him any Food, but such as one or two of the Men stole to him under peril of the like Usage: After having kept him several Days overwhelmed with the Misery of Stench, Hunger, and Soreness, he brought him into Calais.

thou hast treasured up For me my little portion of distress; But with each draughtin every bitter cup Thy hand hath mixed, to make its soreness less, Some cordial drop, for which thy name I bless, And offer up my mite of thankfulness.

But of more vital importance than that, to him, was his stiffness and soreness.

In his own bedroom he undressed slowly and afterward stood for a long time under the shower, rubbing himself down with the care of an athlete, thumbing the soreness of the wild ride out of the lean, sinewy muscles, for his was a made strength built up in the gymnasium and used on the wrestling mat, the cinder path, and the football field.

But a man who has once made a fool of himself, especially about a woman somewhat older than himself, does not soon get over the soreness; and mine returned with the very fascination which made itself felt even in the shortest little letter.

That soreness remained in Colman's foot as long as he lived.

"It's not having to peel potatoes and wash dishes; it's seeming to be despised for doing it that stirs in men's hearts the awful soreness that makes them deserters.

She slept, like one exhausted and rose full of sleep-heaviness, full of bodily soreness and spiritual protest when the alarm clock raised its din in the cool morning.

Four days ago, I began to feel a soreness in the throat, and passing by old Johnson's surgery at Selbridge, went in and asked him to have a look at me.

Thus we find Cicero on a February morning writing to his brother before sunrise, and it is not unlikely that the soreness of the eyes of which he sometimes complains may have been the result of reading and writing before the light was good.

I was sick and feverish, and in great pain for three weeks afterwards; most of which time I was obliged to lie with my face downwards, in consequence of the extreme soreness of my sides and back, Huckstep himself seemed concerned about me, and would come frequently to see me, and tell me that he should not have touched me had it not been for "the cursed peach brandy.

I was sick and feverish, and in great pain for three weeks afterwards; most of which time I was obliged to lie with my face downwards, in consequence of the extreme soreness of my sides and back, Huckstep himself seemed concerned about me, and would come frequently to see me, and tell me that he should not have touched me had it not been for "the cursed peach brandy.

They swore obedience, but with much soreness of soul.

Yet he was very peaceful because the soreness of body that had troubled him was gone and strength was flowing back into his veins.

The working-out of some of his larger schemes and undertakings created, as I have already intimated, considerable soreness and friction in various quarters.

They naturally resented being chaffed and held up to ridicule, but as there was nothing of a malicious or private character in the sarcasms published any little soreness they created soon died away.

Nov. 17.Complained bitterly of horse-copers. Said that his poor mount was discovered to be suffering from saddle-soreness, broken wind, splints, weak hocks, and two bones of the neck out of place.

Her dress was whisked, as if for microscopic inspection; her face was washed; and her finger-nails were scrubbed with the hard convent nail-brush, until the disciplined little tips ached with a pristine soreness.

Of this I prayed to be relieved; after which, the soreness healed, and for several years it has ceased to trouble me.

The eager Arab rubbed the soreness and stiffness out of his master's body with copious applications of alcohol.

"You think it's only an attempt to heal the soreness of my conscience, don't you?"

"Lord Basil's scratching is said to be due to soreness.

He was less persistent in demanding food, his tongue presented a moister appearance, he began to complain of soreness in his limbs, and his heart sounded stronger.

The French expedition to Fez in April was followed by the Anglo-Franco-German crisis of July; war was avoided, and France was recognized as virtually master of Morocco, but the soreness of the diplomatic defeat rendered Germany a still more trying neighbour than it had been before.

Any soreness he has about my missing out at stroke will be directed at meand it won't be soreness, merely regret.

Any soreness he has about my missing out at stroke will be directed at meand it won't be soreness, merely regret.

Though, after the first few trials, the whole body will ache, and the astonished muscles tremble with soreness, a week's perseverance will overcome these earlier drawbacks.

The poor little canary birds confined in their prisons, are very liable to disease, more especially inflammation of the bowels, asthma, epilepsy, and soreness of the bill.

He tested his body, but there was no soreness.

With each day the torture increased, the soreness of his heart became more corroding and painful.

Pottiere caused his Men to hold Goodwin, while he beat him with a Stick till he fainted with Loss of Blood, and Rage of Heart: after which he ordered him into Irons without allowing him any Food, but such as one or two of the Men stole to him under peril of the like Usage: After having kept him several Days overwhelmed with the Misery of Stench, Hunger, and Soreness, he brought him into Calais.

It is not our business to know, but it is our business to prevent our soreness from becoming sourness and bitterness.

Then he lifted one foot after another, and cleaned out about the frog, tapping the hoof all over for soreness.

I have sworn it that I will destroy thee, wicked man, that I may do away with this soreness on my back.

To ease the soreness, Willie would steal grease from the house and together they would slip into the barn and grease each other's backs.

Then I saw a great deal of Mr. Ryder, who was the Hubert of the production, and discovered that there was some soreness between him and his manager.

She felt, with no little soreness, that the rector was not with her in her depreciation of Wingfold.

Her pride prevented her from talking of it; but the soreness of her grievance invaded their whole relation.

"Next morning, A. experienced the stiffness and soreness of violent bodily exercise, and was informed by his wife that in the course of the night he had much alarmed her by striking out again and again in a terrific manner, 'as if fighting for his life.'