ache  

  • Pronunciation of ache: EY1 K (eɪk)

  • Number of syllables of ache: 1

  • Pronunciation Video of ache

  • Definition of ache

    • (n): a dull persistent (usually moderately intense) pain  
    • (v): have a desire for something or someone who is not present; "She ached for a cigarette"; "I am pining for my lover"  
    • (v): feel physical pain; "Were you hurting after the accident?"  
    • (v): be the source of pain  
  • Examples of ache

    • I have worked with the Ache for 31 years and speak the language fluently.  
    • That gives me rather a stomach ache, given the topic of the article.  
    • The way the content in this article is organized makes my brain ache.  
    • Once the body starts to ache, he or she sees the lashes of the demon.  
    • It is located south of lake Chiemsee in the valley of the Tiroler Ache.  
    • ACHE is the patient branch of the American Headache Society.  
    • This is where most of the drama and heart ache occurs.  
    • Ache has issued three pressings of the album.  
    • The pain feels like a tooth ache, possibly severe.  
    • The Jochberger Ache has its source near the pass.  

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