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marked by, causing, or experiencing physical pain

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causing a dull and steady pain

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Five days earlier, he was perfectly well (in the steady state, as the healthy state of sickle cell disease is called), but 24 hours later he was "in sickle cell crisis" (the term used for the aching state).
By the subtle juxtaposition of dialectally opposed sets of components, Gerard Aching takes a new look at the problem and makes an important contribution to the ongoing debate.
The sports world welcomed these non-steroids with open arms (sore shoulders, aching knees, and pain in the neck).
While not being bad enough to keep me off court, my knees and right elbow have struggled for the first two weeks, while only the cramp I'm experiencing in the fingers on my right hand manage to mask my aching thighs each night.
Coughing, sneezing, aching patients are flooding hospital emergency rooms, forcing hours-long delays for treatment and increasing the likelihood of spreading the flu, medical experts said Tuesday.
LEAMINGTON'S firefighters were left with aching legs - and brimming buckets - after a huge fund-raising event.
They also accompanied (again Rachmaninoff) Foreman's From Pent-Up, Aching Rivers.
In 1950, Dianne awoke in the middle of the night with a fever, headache, and aching legs.
People describe the pain as a deep muscular aching, burning, throbbing shooting and stabbing.