twinge


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Synonyms for twinge

Synonyms for twinge

a sensation of physical discomfort occurring as the result of disease or injury

to have or cause a feeling of physical pain or discomfort

Synonyms for twinge

a sudden sharp feeling

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a sharp stab of pain

cause a stinging pain

feel a sudden sharp, local pain

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squeeze tightly between the fingers

References in classic literature ?
Weller said this, the man's features assumed an unearthly twinge, perfectly hideous.
We supposed he had now eased his mind, and told the worst he knew of the cook; but, a day or two afterwards, his conscience sustained a new twinge, and he disclosed how she had a little girl, who, early every morning, took away our bread; and also how he himself had been suborned to maintain the milkman in coals.
At such minutes there used to be a convulsive twinge at my heart, and I used to feel hot all down my back at the mere thought of the wretchedness of my attire, of the wretchedness and abjectness of my little scurrying figure.
Perhaps Wakem was gone out of town to-day on purpose to avoid seeing or hearing anything of an honorable action which might well cause him some unpleasant twinges.
I had the twinges of rheumatism unceasingly during three years, but the last one departed after a fortnight's bathing there, and I have never had one since.
Sancho, deserting Dapple, hung on to the duchess and entered the castle, but feeling some twinges of conscience at having left the ass alone, he approached a respectable duenna who had come out with the rest to receive the duchess, and in a low voice he said to her, "Senora Gonzalez, or however your grace may be called-"
Now that the exhilaration of truant delights had died away, his conscience was beginning to give him salutary twinges.
Rose took part in all the fun, and never betrayed by look or word the twinges of pain she suffered in her ankle.
Spaghetti served under strips of either Chicken, Beef or Pork sauteed with Spring Onions, Red Pepper, Fresh Tomatoes, with a twinge of Ginger and Soy sauce Tallarin Saltado Vegetariano.
No doubt we will get a twinge by twinge account of it.
Sharjah The number of women participants at the week-long Twinge Sharjah festival that concludes today has exceeded organisers' expectations.
But I felt a twinge of envy yesterday, reading a court report of how Nat Rothschild flew Peter Mandelson to a Siberian spa, where he was stripped, exposed to 200F steam, beaten with birch branches, and thrown into ice-cold water.
When they look at the success of Porsche's Boxster and Cayman, they must feel a twinge of regret.
Although the Croatia striker, who felt a slight twinge in his hamstring after his run-out, has now targeted are turn to Wenger's squad "in two weeks", the Gunners boss is more reluctant to put a specific time frame to his comeback.
Marek) Cech isn't back from Slovakia yet, (Do- Heon) Kim isn't back until today and Gianni had a twinge in his hamstring.