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marked by, causing, or experiencing physical pain

feeling or showing anger

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an open skin infection

hurting

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causing misery or pain or distress

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roused to anger

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An evolving approach in the implementation of SOREST has been used until the performance improvements (decrease in packet size and response time) could be achieved.
The tortured final lines of Shepard's narrative, which describe in some detail the remarkable piety his second wife demonstrated in the throes of an obviously terrible death, end with the lament that "God hath visited and scourged me for my sins and sought to wean me from this world, but I have ever found it a difficult thing to profit even but a little by the sorest and sharpest afflictions" (73, my emphasis).
Although we are living in modern times, traffic accidents are still one of the sorest problems.
O'Connell took a couple of breaths, attacked the sorest areas first and by the summer of 2001, Heartland was finally back on strong financial footing.
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And, in point of sorest contention, how is he saying it?
While admitting no more than that sectarian bias in housing allocation and in the voting procedures was not universal, but episodic (103), he is silent on the sorest of points--the systematic denial of jobs to minority applicants which forced tens of thousands per annum into emigration and off the voting lists.
To lose a wife and wife such as yours seems to have been, is one of the sorest trials to which one can be subjected in this life.
TO MAKE A PRAIRIE IT TAKES ONE CLOVER AND ONE BEE ONE CLOVER AND A BEE AND REVERY THE REVERY ALONE WILL DO IF BEES ARE FEW I'M EXPECTING YOU WAS SAYING YESTERDAY TO SOMEONE YOU KNOW THAT YOU WERE DUE YOU'LL GET MY LETTER BY THE SEVENTEENTH--STOP--REPLY--REQUIRES THE SOREST NEED
One of the sorest points about the performance of the Israeli military, the government and the local councils during the summer war was the lack of provisions for the civilian population that came under fire from Hizbullah Katyushas.
the sorest evil, the heaviest disease" (1996b, 18).
Added to that, the attitude of their players stinks and they are the sorest losers (just shading Arsenal).
Sales managers should concentrate on relieving the team's sorest pain points to encourage its adoption of CRM technology.
I remember a colored woman who was raised in Cincinnati, and her parents and family now live in the midst of our city [Cincinnati]; she is now a slave-holder in the city of New Orleans; the most tyrannical, overbearing, cruel task-mistress that ever existed; so you can see color makes no difference, the propensities are the same, and those who have been oppressed themselves, are the sorest oppressors.
And while the penalty shoot-out nightmare at Anfield was the sorest single moment for Terry, it will be the failure to complete a treble of successive Premiership triumphs that rankles longest.