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pain British & World English

Highly unpleasant physical sensation caused by illness or injury

pain English Thesaurus

it seemed impossible that anyone could endure such pain for so long

pain-free British & World English

Not feeling or causing pain

pain relief British & World English

The alleviation of pain, typically by means of medication

petit pain British & World English

A small bread roll

on pain of British & World English

The penalty for disobedience or shortcoming being

pain barrier British & World English

The state of greatest pain, especially during physical exertion, beyond which the pain diminishes

referred pain British & World English

Pain felt in a part of the body other than its actual source

pain-relieving British & World English

(Of medication) alleviating pain

pain threshold British & World English

The point beyond which a stimulus causes pain

breakthrough pain British & World English

(Usually in connection with cancer) severe pain that erupts while a patient is already medicated with a long-acting painkiller

no pain, no gain British & World English

Suffering is necessary in order to achieve something

on pain of in pain British & World English

The penalty for disobedience or shortcoming being

growing pains British & World English

Neuralgic pains which occur in the limbs of some young children

painkiller British & World English

A drug or a medicine for relieving pain

no pain, no gain in pain British & World English

Suffering is necessary in order to achieve something

on or under pain of in pain British & World English

The penalty for disobedience or shortcoming being

pain in the neck in pain British & World English

An annoying or tedious person or thing