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Earache

noun
1.
An ache localized in the middle or inner ear.  Synonym: otalgia.






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"Earache" Quotes from Famous Books



... Philosophy—the next station beyond Despair. I said to myself, "You old fool, why in the name of all that's sensible should you feel so excited about one day more than another?" I wasn't so lonely the day before Christmas, I ain't so lonely to-day, but then I was like a small boy with the mumps and the earache on the Fourth of July. The firecrackers will pop just as lively another day, but—well, the universe was simply throwed all out of gear, like it must have been when Joshua held up the moon—or was ...
— Colonel Crockett's Co-operative Christmas • Rupert Hughes

... at last toward evening she happened on a gloomy little pension near the corner of the Alserstrasse, and it being dark and the plume not showing, and the landlady missing the rustle owing to cotton in her ears for earache, Harmony found terms that she could meet for ...
— The Street of Seven Stars • Mary Roberts Rinehart



Words linked to "Earache" :   aching, ache



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