headachy


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head·ache

 (hĕd′āk′)
n.
1. A pain in the head.
2. Informal Something, such as a problem, that causes annoyance or trouble.

head′ach′y (-ā′kē) adj.

headachy

(ˈhɛdˌeɪkɪ) or

headachey

adj
suffering from, caused by, or likely to cause a headache

head•ach•y

(ˈhɛdˌeɪ ki)

adj.
1. having a headache.
2. accompanied by or causing headaches: a headachy cold.
[1820–30]
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Get some nice book and read quietly; cheer him up about school, and offer to help him study by and by; you can do that better than I, because I'm only a girl, and don't learn Greek and Latin and all sorts of headachy stuff."
The As the day went on, I started to feel worse, headachy and a bit fuzzy, and there is only one thing that can cure me when I feel that way - my nan's lentil soup.
Getting too close makes you feel sick and headachy. The Nannas have come prepared and put on their face masks.
She sits up, feeling exhausted and headachy. Maybe if she starts the coffee.
Common Signs and Symptoms of Hypoglycemia * Shaky or jittery * Sweaty * Hungry * Headachy * Blurred vision * Sleepy or tired * Dizzy or lightheaded * Confused or disoriented * Pale * Uncoordinated * Irritable or nervous * Argumentative or combative * Changed behavior or personality * Trouble concentrating * Weak * Fast or irregular heart beat Severe * Unable to eat or drink * Seizures or convulsions (jerky movements) * Unconsciousness Source: U.S.
There's lots of blood and blasts of headachy techno.
Symptoms: Feeling slightly off colour and headachy.
As any girl who's been bloated, crampy, broken out, headachy and gorging on brownies knows, PMS is officially The Worst.
(2.) Hitoshi Matsushita, 'Uniform Titles and Authority Control; Helpful Solutions for Music Catalogers' Headachy Confusions,' The Journal of Information Science and Technology Association 49, no.
Concussion patients are usually warned that they may feel headachy and emotional for a few days.
I'm thirsty, headachy, and halting every 500 yards.
Indeed, there is a slightly headachy feeling one gets when reading ''Cien Anos De Soledad'' (in any of the 37 languages, I'd imagine, into which it has been translated since its publication in 1967).