- From ache + -y. (Wiktionary)
“Watanabex says: nicht breakken mein achy breakinzie heart!!”
“The best way to describe it, and I know this isn't very technical, is you just generally feel yicky, you feel kind of achy, you feel uncomfortable.”
“When you have a cold, you feel sick, you feel kind of achy, you might have a fever.”
“I was tired the whole time I was there, and my back's been kind of achy for a couple of days.”
“As I was throwing (on flat ground), my hip felt OK, but it just got kind of achy," he added.”
“Rheumatoid arthritis is a painful, progressive condition that can be difficult to diagnose in the early stages because it often begins with only subtle symptoms, such as achy joints or early morning stiffness.”
“According to the American College of Rheumatology, RA can be difficult to diagnose because it may begin with only subtle symptoms, such as achy joints or early morning stiffness.”
“Then again I’m still kind of achy from minor surgery 3.5 months ago that was supposed to go away in a couple of weeks, it was also a lot more painful than they told me.”
“I woke to bruised elbows, an achy forehead, and a stiff back.”
“I cannot stress the danger enough, you go from feeling achy to in the hospital.”
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