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- v. Present participle of hurt.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a feeling of pain.
- adj. aching when touched.
- adj. In distress; experiencing difficulty.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a symptom of some physical hurt or disorder
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And it's OK, because the hurting is a part of the everything.
The way you share yourself even when you are hurting is an especially rare and wonderful gift that you give.
I learned fighting for women's rights and defense already as a child, when I saw how my father treated my mother (in hurting words but still) and she got pocket money!! doug
Going though a long holiday season with some many people hurting is only going to compound the problem so they best get busy with what counts! lefty loosy
Ralph, SPERM is still hurting from the knowledge that their is an educated, erudite black man in the WH.
Non-profit groups across the country say they are hurting from a recession-fueled decline in thrift store donations, and the pain is being passed down to thrifty shoppers, who increasingly rely on second-hand stores to stretch in hard times.
Non-profit groups across the country say they are hurting from a recession-fueled decline in thrift store donations, and the pain is being ...
The role Goldman Sachs and its former head Henry Paulson played in hurting millions of people.
Mostly, I'm just not interested in hurting anyone further than I already have.
America is hurting from the last eight years of repug management and now they want a turnaround in months.