Achiness



having or causing an sensation:
an achy back.
adjective achier, achiest
affected by a continuous dull pain; aching
adj.

1875, first recorded in George Eliot’s letters, from ache + -y (2). Middle English had akeful “painful” (early 15c.). Related: Achily; achiness.

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    causing physical pain or distress: treatment for an aching back. full of or precipitating nostalgia, grief, loneliness, etc. to have or suffer a continuous, dull pain: His whole body ached. to feel great sympathy, pity, or the like: Her heart ached for the starving animals. to feel eager; yearn; long: She ached to be the […]

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