Did you possibly mean ached?
- n. Plural form of ache.
“If they remain unexpressed for a long period of time, they can really take their toll and ultimately cause long-term aches and pains.”
“Martin aches to be at her side, as he has been for much of the time since she was born to his fiancée, Heather.”
“But it also causes a slightly higher rate of side effects, mostly short-term aches and flu-like symptoms.”
“It is ironic that so much effort has gone into soothing short-term aches and pains that people only feel down in the dumps and are looking forward to what's over the horizon.”
“You know after deciphering the Sarahspeak (my head aches from the stupid) I think she’s right.”
“Pain Reduction - Humor allows a person to "forget" about pains such as aches, arthritis, etc.”
“About a year and a half ago I went to my doctor complaining of various symptoms such as aches, pains, lightheadedness, lethargy, tingling sensations in limbs and general brain fog.”
“I've woken up with headaches the last couple of days, the kind of aches that lead to migraines ... * bleah* Various things going on atm have resulted in random bouts of misery over the past week and a bit.”
“I've tried to describe what "aches" to the therapist, but it's hard.”
“I am worried for her, and it kind of aches me to see her going through it because (this probably sounds really selfish) it feels like in some way I am going through it again.”
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