hurting


hurting
noun
a symptom of some physical hurt or disorder
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the patient developed severe pain and distension

Syn: ↑pain
Derivationally related forms: ↑hurt, ↑pain (for: ↑pain)
Hypernyms: ↑symptom
Hyponyms:
ache, ↑aching, ↑agony, ↑suffering, ↑excruciation, ↑arthralgia, ↑burn, ↑burning, ↑causalgia, ↑colic, ↑intestinal colic, ↑gripes, ↑griping, ↑chest pain, ↑chiralgia, ↑distress, ↑dysmenorrhea, ↑glossalgia, ↑glossodynia, ↑growing pains, ↑hemorrhoid, ↑haemorrhoid, ↑piles, ↑keratalgia, ↑labor pain, ↑mastalgia, ↑melagra, ↑meralgia, ↑metralgia, ↑myalgia, ↑myodynia, ↑nephralgia, ↑neuralgia, ↑neuralgy, ↑odynophagia, ↑orchidalgia, ↑pang, ↑sting, ↑photalgia, ↑photophobia, ↑pleurodynia, ↑pleuralgia, ↑costalgia, ↑podalgia, ↑proctalgia, ↑referred pain, ↑renal colic, ↑smart, ↑smarting, ↑smartness, ↑stinging, ↑stitch, ↑tenderness, ↑soreness, ↑rawness, ↑thermalgesia, ↑throb, ↑torture, ↑torment, ↑ulalgia, ↑urodynia

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • hurting — hÉœrt /hɜːt n. injury, wound v. cause pain; injure, wound; be injured, be wounded; cause emotional distress; damage, harm adj. injured, harmed; emotionally wounded; damaged …   English contemporary dictionary

  • hurting — hurt·ing …   English syllables

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