head ache

  1. pain in the head caused by dilation of cerebral arteries or muscle contractions or a reaction to drugs
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How To Use head ache In A Sentence

  • Above him, a bright fluorescent light was glaring down, making his head ache.
  • Leonore, my eyes burn, my head aches, and my heart is wildly tempested! The Home
  • An hour or so later, Marek started to rub his leg and called across a nurse because his head ached.
  • His head aches, he feels dizzy and nauseous, and his nose won't stop running.
  • My head ached, my arms and legs felt like lead weights, and I was groggy with sleep.
  • Ahhuhh, ahhuhh, atishoo...ooh, my head aches. The Sun
  • It made my head ache to count them.
  • Winding down My head ached, and my throat was dry from the dehydrating effects of flying, and too much cold, thin air.
  • My head aches, and it's too heavy for me to lift without an achy pain.
  • My mouth fills with saliva, my cheeks and tongue and head ache with longing. Times, Sunday Times
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