An unpleasant sensation occurring in varying degrees of seriousness because of injury, infection, or mental condition.
enduring or distress.
The pangs of childbearing.
Great care or work: take pains with an individual's work.
Informal A source of annoyance; a nuisance.
An ache or physical suffering, or an instance of this; an unpleasant sensation, caused by a derangement of features, disease, or injury by assault; harm.
the situation or fact of suffering or anguish especially psychological, unlike pleasure; torment; distress; sadness; grief; solicitude; disquietude.
An annoying person or thing.
(obsolete) putting up with seen as a punishment or punishment.
Punishment suffered or denounced; putting up with or evil inflicted as a punishment for criminal activity, or connected with the payment of a crime; punishment.
Any uneasy feeling in animal systems, from small uneasiness to severe distress or torture, proceeding from a derangement of features, disease, or injury by physical violence; physical distress; physical suffering; an ache; a smart.
Specifically, the throes or travail of childbearing.
Uneasiness of head; emotional stress; disquietude; anxiety; grief; solicitude; anguish. Also known as emotional pain.
See aches, work, energy.
Penalty; discipline suffered or denounced; enduring or evil inflicted as a punishment for a crime, or annexed to your commission of a crime.
Uneasiness or distress of body or of head; physical or mental suffering.
Specifically — into the plural, the throes or stress of travail or childbirth.
Uneasiness of brain; psychological stress; disquietude; anxiety; solicitude; grief; sorrow.
Labor; exertion; endeavor; specially, labor characterized by great care, or by assiduous focus on detail and a desire to secure the best outcomes; treatment or trouble drawn in performing one thing: used chiefly in plural: since, to free no discomforts to be precise; is at great discomforts or to take great pains in performing anything. The proper execution pains has been used by good article authors as one, as in the quote from Shakspere below.
Synonyms Pain, Ache, Twinge. Most of the terms articulating real pain can be applied, by familiar and therefore not emphatic figure, to pain of head. Pain is the basic term; ache signifies a continued neighborhood pain; it is compounded with a word articulating the spot, as frustration, tooth pain. Twinge presents a-sudden, momentary discomfort, like one was in fact griped or wrung. See agony.
2 . Bitterness, heartache, ailment, woe, burden.
An obsolete spelling of pane.
a bothersome irritating individual
something or some body that triggers difficulty; a source of unhappiness
a somatic sensation of severe discomfort
emotional stress; significant feeling that folks avoid