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sore

painful to the touch; tender: a sore arm; open wound
Not to be confused with:
soar – rise, fly, or glide without effort: The eagles soar high into the sky.

sore

 (sôr)
adj. sor·er, sor·est
1. Painful to the touch; tender.
2. Feeling physical pain; hurting: sore all over.
3. Causing misery, sorrow, or distress; grievous: in sore need.
4. Causing embarrassment or irritation: a sore subject.
5. Full of distress; sorrowful.
6. Informal Angry; offended.
n.
1. An open skin lesion, wound, or ulcer.
2. A source of pain, distress, or irritation.
tr.v. sored, sor·ing, sores
To mutilate the legs or feet of (a horse) in order to induce a particular gait in the animal.
adv. Archaic
Sorely.

[Middle English, from Old English sār.]

sore′ness n.

sore

(sɔː)
adj
1. (Pathology) (esp of a wound, injury, etc) painfully sensitive; tender
2. causing annoyance: a sore point.
3. resentful; irked: he was sore that nobody believed him.
4. urgent; pressing: in sore need.
5. (postpositive) grieved; distressed
6. causing grief or sorrow
n
7. (Pathology) a painful or sensitive wound, injury, etc
8. any cause of distress or vexation
adv
archaic direly; sorely (now only in such phrases as sore pressed, sore afraid)
[Old English sār; related to Old Norse sārr, Old High German sēr, Gothic sair sore, Latin saevus angry]
ˈsoreness n

sore

(sɔr, soʊr)

adj. sor•er, sor•est,
n., adv. adj.
1. physically painful or sensitive, as a wound or diseased part: a sore arm.
2. suffering bodily pain from wounds, bruises, etc.
3. suffering mental pain; grieved or distressed: to be sore at heart.
4. causing great mental pain, distress, or sorrow: a sore loss.
5. causing very great misery, hardship, and the like: in sore need.
6. annoyed; irritated; angered.
7. causing annoyance or irritation: a sore subject.
n.
8. a sore spot or place on the body.
9. a source of grief, distress, etc.
adv.
10. Archaic. sorely.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English sār (adj.), c. Old Frisian sār, Old Saxon, Old High German sēr, Old Norse sār; akin to Old English, Old Norse sār pain, Gothic sair]
sore′ness, n.

sore

  • angry - Describing a wound or sore that is red and inflamed.
  • merry-gall - A sore produced by chafing.
  • sore - As a noun, it first meant generally "physical pain and suffering."
  • chafe, chaff - To chafe means to rub until sore or worn; to chaff means to tease good-naturedly.

Sord, Sore

 a flight or flock of mallard in the air, 1470. See also safe.
Examples: sord of mallard, 1470; of ducks.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sore - an open skin infectionsore - an open skin infection    
infection - the pathological state resulting from the invasion of the body by pathogenic microorganisms
blain - an inflammatory swelling or sore
chancre - a small hard painless nodule at the site of entry of a pathogen (as syphilis)
fester, suppurating sore - a sore that has become inflamed and formed pus
gall - a skin sore caused by chafing
Adj.1.sore - hurting; "the tender spot on his jaw"
painful - causing physical or psychological pain; "worked with painful slowness"
2.sore - causing misery or pain or distresssore - causing misery or pain or distress; "it was a sore trial to him"; "the painful process of growing up"
unpleasant - disagreeable to the senses, to the mind, or feelings ; "an unpleasant personality"; "unpleasant repercussions"; "unpleasant odors"
3.sore - roused to angersore - roused to anger; "stayed huffy a good while"- Mark Twain; "she gets mad when you wake her up so early"; "mad at his friend"; "sore over a remark"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
angry - feeling or showing anger; "angry at the weather"; "angry customers"; "an angry silence"; "sending angry letters to the papers"

sore

adjective
1. painful, smarting, raw, tender, burning, angry, sensitive, irritated, inflamed, chafed, reddened My chest is still sore from the surgery.
2. annoyed, cross, angry, pained, hurt, upset, stung, irritated, grieved, pissed (U.S. slang), pissed (off) (taboo slang), resentful, aggrieved, vexed, irked, peeved (informal) The result of it is that they are all feeling very sore at you.
3. annoying, distressing, troublesome, harrowing, grievous Timing is frequently a sore point.
4. (Literary) urgent, desperate, extreme, dire, pressing, critical, acute The prime minister is in sore need of friends.
noun
1. abscess, boil, ulcer, inflammation, gathering All of us had long sores on our backs.

sore

adjective
1. Marked by, causing, or experiencing physical pain:
2. Informal. Feeling or showing anger:
Translations
غاضِب، مُنْزَعِجقَرْحَةقُرْحَةٌ جِلْدِيَّه، ألَممُؤْلِممُؤْلِم، مُحْزِن
bolákbolavé místobolavýbolestivýrozbolavělý
ømømhedsårirriteret
haavakipeä
bolanrana
fájó
aumurgramursár
さわると痛いところ痛い
상처아픈
apimtas skausmųlabai smarkiainegalintis užmirštiopaskaudėjimas
aizkaitinātsaizvainotsbrūcejēlumsjutīgs
boľačkarozboľavený
boleč
ömsår
เจ็บปวดความเจ็บ
ağrılıyaraağrısı olanağrıyançıban
đauvết thương

sore

[sɔːʳ]
A. ADJ (sorer (compar) (sorest (superl)))
1. (Med) (= aching) [part of body] → dolorido; (= painful) [cut, graze] → doloroso
it's soreme duele
my eyes are sore; I have sore eyesme duelen los ojos
I'm sore all overme duele todo el cuerpo
I have a sore throatme duele la garganta
to be sore at heart (liter) he was sore at heartle dolía el corazón
2. (= angry, upset)
to be sore about sthestar resentido por algo
what are you so sore about?¿por qué estás tan resentido?
to be sore at sbestar enfadado or (LAm) enojado con algn
don't get sore!¡no te vayas a ofender!, ¡no te enojes! (LAm)
it's a sore pointes un tema delicado or espinoso
to be sore with sbestar enfadado or (LAm) enojado con algn
3. (liter) (= very great)
there is a sore need ofhay gran necesidad de ...
it was a sore temptationera una fuerte tentación
B. N (Med) → llaga f, úlcera f
to open up old soresabrir viejas heridas

sore

[ˈsɔːr]
adj
(= painful) → douloureux/euse, sensible
it's sore → ça fait mal
my feet are sore, I've got sore feet → j'ai mal aux pieds
to have a sore throat → avoir mal à la gorge
that's a sore point (fig)c'est un point sensible
(mainly US) (= annoyed) → agacé(e)
to be sore at sb → en vouloir à qn
to be sore about sth → être agacé(e) par qch
nplaie f

sore

adj (+er)
(= hurting)weh, schlimm (inf); (= inflamed)wund, entzündet; to have a sore throatHalsschmerzen haben; my eyes are soremir tun die Augen weh; my wrist feels soremein Handgelenk schmerzt (geh)or tut weh; to have sore musclesMuskelkater haben; to have a sore head (esp US, Scot) → Kopfschmerzen haben; I’ve got sore feet after all that walkingmeine Füße tun nach all dem Wandern weh; I’m sore all overmir tut alles weh; where are you sore?wo tut es (dir/Ihnen) weh?, was tut (dir/Ihnen) weh?; to be sore at heart (liter)betrübt sein (geh); her heart was sore (liter)ihr war weh ums Herz (liter)
(fig) a sore pointein wunder Punkt; a sore subjectein heikles Thema
(esp US inf: = angry, upset) → verärgert, sauer (inf) (→ about sth über etw acc, → at sb über jdn); now don’t get sore at mewerd doch nicht gleich sauer! (inf)
(= great) to be in sore need of somethingetw unbedingt or dringend brauchen; in sore distress (liter)in arger Not (liter)
adv (obs, = greatly) → arg (old), → gar sehr (obs); and when they saw the angel they were sore afraid (Bibl) → und als sie den Engel sahen, fürchteten sie sich sehr
n (Med) → wunde Stelle; (caused by friction) → wunde or wund gescheuerte Stelle; open soreoffene Wunde; to open old sores (fig)alte Wunden öffnen

sore

[sɔːʳ]
1. adj (-r (comp) (-st (superl)))
a. (painful) → dolorante
I feel sore all over → sono tutto indolenzito
sore throat → mal m di gola
my eyes are sore, I have sore eyes → mi fanno male gli occhi
he's like a bear with a sore head (fig) → è molto irascibile
b. (fig) it's a sore pointè un punto delicato
to touch on a sore point → mettere il dito sulla piaga
to feel sore about sth (esp Am) (fam) → essere molto seccato/a per qc
don't get sore! (esp Am) (fam) → non te la prendere!
2. n (Med) → piaga

sore

(soː) adjective
1. painful. My leg is very sore; I have a sore leg.
2. suffering pain. I am still a bit sore after my operation.
3. (American) irritated, annoyed or offended. He is still sore about what happened.
noun
a painful, injured or diseased spot on the skin. His hands were covered with horrible sores.
ˈsorely adverb
badly; acutely.
ˈsoreness noun

sore

قَرْحَة, مُؤْلِم bolavé místo, bolestivý øm, ømhed wund, Wunde ερεθισμένος, πληγή dolorido, llaga haava, kipeä douleur, douloureux bolan, rana dolorante, piaga さわると痛いところ, 痛い 상처, 아픈 pijnlijk, zweer sår obolały, rana dolorido, dorido, ferida болезненный, больное место öm, sår เจ็บปวด, ความเจ็บ ağrılı, yara đau, vết thương 疼痛的, 痛处

sore

n. llaga, úlcera, herida;
v.
to be ___estar adolorido-a;
a. [feeling] adolorido-a, doloroso-a, con dolor;
___ all overmalestar general, dolor en todo el cuerpo;
___ eyesmalestar en los ojos, ojos adoloridos;
___ throatdolor de garganta.

sore

adj dolorido, adolorido (Amer); — throat dolor m de garganta; n llaga, herida, úlcera; pressure — úlcera de decúbito (form), úlcera por presión, llaga debida a permanecer mucho tiempo sentado o encamado sin cambiar de posición
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Simon Gildea, from Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service, he driver at the incident, said the little boy, aged three or four, would have been left with a sore knee because it had been pinched.
Jetro Willems came on in his place, with Matt Ritchie eventually tucking inside into central midfield, but Newcastle just did not have the same balance and rhythm in the middle of the park after Shelvey went off with a sore knee.
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Back row forward Marco Mama is also on the bench having recovered from a sore knee with lock Darren Barry, who was a late addition to the matchday squad at Saracens, being retained as a replacement.
Stiaan van Zyl remains sidelined for Sussex with a sore knee but his former South Africa teammate Hashim Amla should line up alongside James Vince in an imposing Hampshire middle-order.
Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson could return on the weekend but Andre Iguodala will probably not feature after suffering a sore knee in Thursday's loss to the Milwaukee Bucks, according to head coach Steve Kerr.
0 block and 4.2 turnovers per game, Kevin Love is also expected to step up for the Cavs with JR Smith likely to return after missing their last game due to sore knee, along with Channing Frye.
Labour MP Emma Dent Coad refuses to apologise for her republican views after questioning Prince Harry's military record I haven't weighed myself in 12 years - top tip, it's a great move Actress Kate Winslet says she never sets foot on the scales I normally do one night stands - one night's all they can stand Comedian Ken Dodd - 90 next month - starts a five week run of one-man shows in Blackpool As absurd as it sounds, it appeared they were out for trouble - like a gang of teenagers Retired lecturer Paul Lipscombe nurses a sore knee after being ambushed by a group of aggressive pigs Job wanted.
Meanwhile, England are also likely to be without fast bowler Chris Woakes, who is recovering from a side strain, while Ben Stokes played in the recently-concluded Champions Trophy with a sore knee and James Anderson has just returned to action after groin injury.