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

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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.
I had to smash it out as hard as I could and felt a twinge every time.
"Hopefully, it is just a little twinge," O'Shea said.
Munster's skipper admitted to a hamstring twinge just before kick-off in the Reds' defeat to Leinster on Saturday and he must train fully on Thursday or miss out on the visit of Toulouse.
In a grand, old-fashioned As, one after the other, the guests squeeze themselves inside a large wardrobe, every twinge of awkwardness and discomfort is played to perfection as the mood turns darker.
No doubt we will get a twinge by twinge account of it.
"I felt a twinge in the back during practice when I was on the ball.
Sharjah The number of women participants at the week-long Twinge Sharjah festival that concludes today has exceeded organisers' expectations.
Bent missed last night's 0-0 draw at Stoke after feeling a twinge in his affected groin during yesterday morning's light training session.
This week's winner is "Howard," who writes, of the debate over whether quinoa is kosher for Passover, "Wheat, barley, spelt, rye, oatsall the rest is commentary, and rather annoying commentary at that." He adds, "We've been honorary Sephardim (the honor is self bestowed) in this regard for many years, and feel not a twinge of guilt." I, too, consider myself Sephardic precisely eight days per year.
It's too sweet, and any twinge of alcohol is dangerously absent.
Pay the tab and then we will resign: the tangleyard benighted with belief, the season saddled roughly to its twinge. Nightshade roots in the alley, boxwood snares the park.
She said: "It began as a twinge down below before surging through my body.
An actuary is walking down the corridor when he feels a twinge in his chest.