But, however, I soon found it would not do; he was bent upon going, and as I hate to be worrying and officious, I said no more; but my heart quite ached
for him at every jolt, and when we got into the rough lanes about Stoke, where, what with frost and snow upon beds of stones, it was worse than anything you can imagine, I was quite in an agony about him.
The heat of the hive had risen with the June honey-flow, and though the farmers worked, until their wings ached
, to keep people cool, everybody suffered.
At the end of an hour Harvey would have given the world to rest; for fresh, wet cod weigh more than you would think, and his back ached
with the steady pitching.
My bones ache for that River, as they ached
in the te-rain; but my spirit sits above my bones, waiting.
Thus they talked, and ached
, and wept till sleep charmed their sorrow away.
He could imagine Richard Wagner sitting in his box and laughing till his sides ached
at the sight of all the people who were taking it seriously.
She decided that she would wait until he came to the end of a stanza, and if by that time she had turned her head this way and that, and it ached
in every position undoubtedly, she would say very calmly that her head ached
His head and arms and shoulders ached
, the small of his back ached
, - he ached
all over, and his brain was heavy and dazed.