[ UK /tˈuːθe‍ɪk/ ]
  1. an ache localized in or around a tooth
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How To Use toothache In A Sentence

  • Using drugs for everyday purposes, to cure headaches backache toothache and so on.
  • I even pushed aside with scorn the proffered bribe of six "Boche," buttons, assuring the man that "I would keep my toothache as a souvenir. The White Road to Verdun
  • The gorilla is famous for knowing sign language, and she was able to sign to her handlers in California that she had a toothache.
  • It can be used for headaches, muscle aches, backaches, toothaches, minor arthritis pain, to relieve cold symptoms, menstrual cramps, and to reduce fever.
  • The only toothache I've ever had since then was 10 years later, which was about 11 years ago.
  • Considerate persons found something of the pathetic in their preoccupation by these trifles while, so clamantly, the dissension between the young King and his uncles gathered to a head: the air was thick with portents; and was this, then, an appropriate time, the judicious demanded of high Heaven, for the Queen of fearful England to concern herself about a peasant's toothache? Chivalry
  • Joint pain and toothache may both be due to increased pressure within a bony canal.
  • In secundis meditare, quo pacto feras adversa: or out of mature judgment to avoid the effect, or disannul the cause, as they do that are troubled with toothache, pull them quite out. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • Love and toothache have many cures, but none infallible, except possession and dispossession.
  • He still suffered shooting pain in his face, as well as toothache and had been left with money problems after the attack in February.
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