earache

[ UK /ˈi‍əɹe‍ɪk/ ]
NOUN
  1. an ache localized in the middle or inner ear
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  • Or perhaps he is shot with a Winchester rifle, this being the usual mode of despatching a friend who has asked another to put him out of the world on account, perhaps, of some trifling but troublesome ailment such as earache or neuralgia, which the sufferer imagines to be incurable. [ From Paris to New York by Land
  • Now if this tube swells so much that it entirely closes, as so often happens in cases of "cold in the head" as well as in constant irritation from adenoids, then may follow a vast train of difficulties -- earache, mastoiditis, etc. -- with the result that the tiny bones in the middle ear which vibrate so exquisitely may become ankylosed (stiffened) and deafness often follow. The Mother and Her Child
  • Yesterday, her best bud was away (expected, and she won't be back until at least tomorrow), she had to head to the nurse's office because of an "earache" (actually, the reason her ear hurt so much is because it popped and she couldn't get it to pop back), and was invited to a classmate's birthday party next weekend. Evil Mommy
  • These groups of people were often visibly disadvantaged, lacking things that we in California, and even in Bogotá, could take for granted—like a doctor to treat a bad earache. The English Is Coming!
  • She treats children with all manner of problems, from earache to hyperactivity, and teaches their parents how to use natural healing techniques to keep them healthy.
  • The disease can also cause a build up of pressure in the inner ear leading to severe earache.
  • The child should also be seen if after an initial period of improvement, the symptoms recur or new symptoms such as earache or headache appear.
  • This is greatly the case with earache, which is a trouble of the nerves of the ear -- not those of hearing, but the ordinary nerves supplying the part. Papers on Health
  • Air fresheners and aerosols used in the home can cause diarrhoea and earache in youngsters and depression in their mothers, research suggested today.
  • Old Dr. Jenkins stood behind the showcase in his drug-store dealing out quinine pills and earache drops to the poor country folk and negroes, who, with sallow faces or heads bound up, declared themselves "chillin '" or "painful" while they waited. In Simpkinsville : character tales,
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