Part of speech:
To have or produce a feeling of physical pain or discomfort:
To have or cause pain
To annoy, harass, or tease
To inspire strong and sudden love or devotion
(Intransitive) To deliver a quick blow or thrust; to give blows.
To go or move at a rack.
Curse is defined as to wish evil or injury on someone or to use swear words.
To vex; harass; trouble; torment
To cause pain or suffering to; distress very much
Something that causes anxiety
(Countable) (usually in plural) An instance or cause of unhappiness.
Emotional pain on account of something done or experienced in the past, with a wish that it had been different; a looking back with dissatisfaction or with longing.
A sudden sharp bodily pain:
A cause of such suffering; pain, sorrow, poverty, squalor, etc.
Sorrow; grief; dolor.
Bodily dysfunction or discomfort caused by disease or injury:
Loss of hope
A state of apprehension and fear resulting from the anticipation of a threatening event or situation. &diamf3; In psychiatry, a patient has an anxiety disorder &diamf3; if normal psychological functioning is disrupted or if anxiety persists without an identifiable cause.
Pain so extreme as to cause writhing or contortions of the body, similar to those made in the athletic contests in Greece; and hence, extreme pain of mind or body; anguish; paroxysm of grief; specifically, the sufferings of Christ in the garden of Gethsemane.
A dull, steady pain.
Any hurt or injury to the feelings, honor, etc.
Sorrow or grief; misery.
An instance of pain or distress.
Overwhelming sorrow, grief, or disappointment.
Comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or distress; consolation.
To refrain from; avoid or resist. Used with can or cannot:
To deal with something in a direct way; to set to work upon.
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