pains (part of speech: noun)
gripes, malaises, injuries, pangs, distresses, bruises, miseries, cramps, burns, sufferings, headaches, earaches, back aches, racks, throbs, throes, hurts, pains, aches, inflammations, afflictions, spasms, sores, stabs, stings, irritations, stitches, cricks, tortures, torments, bites, discomforts, migraines, wounds, anguishes
punishments (part of speech: noun)
incarcerations, verdicts, prices, payments, retributions, disciplines, burdens, penalties, executions, chastisements, persecutions, corrections, fines, confinements, reprisals, revenges, sentences, crucifixions, punishments, judgments, forfeitures
- Strange and ironical as it seems, the post came up also at this hour, and men in the middle of the battlefield, suffering the worst agonies of war, had letters from home which in darkness they could not read. - "From Bapaume to Passchendaele, 1917", Philip Gibbs.
- He must have suffered agonies of hunger. - "An Antarctic Mystery", Jules Verne.
- " They'd be rolling in agonies if they were to eat them. - "The Garden Party", Katherine Mansfield.