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Backache   /bˈækˌeɪk/   Listen
Backache

noun
1.
An ache localized in the back.






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"Backache" Quotes from Famous Books



... stomach ache from lack of grub if you don't earn yore right to eat purty soon," retorted Buck. "You ain't had a toothache in yore whole life, an' you don't know what one is. G'wan, now, or I'll give you a backache ...
— Bar-20 Days • Clarence E. Mulford

... just as I learned them. In 65% of all men, the vital prostate gland shows up soon after all. No pain is experienced, but as this distressing condition continues, sciatica, backache, severe bladder weakness, constipation, ...
— Astounding Stories of Super-Science February 1930 • Various

... 2. Backache is often constant and annoying. It may be a pain, or a general discomfort, and may be felt anywhere in the back, the nape of the neck and down the spine being common places. The legs often "give way", and, in severe cases, patients believe ...
— Epilepsy, Hysteria, and Neurasthenia • Isaac G. Briggs

... several somersaults. In the last of these he was very unfortunate, for his heels, in their descent, chanced to hit and overturn a churn full of buttermilk! When Aunt Katy entered she found Bob bemoaning the backache, which his mother had unsparingly given him! Aunt Judy herself, having cleared away the buttermilk, by sweeping it out of doors, was waiting eagerly to know "if Marster William done axed ...
— Tempest and Sunshine • Mary J. Holmes



Words linked to "Backache" :   lumbar pain, ache, aching, lumbago



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