ear infection, otalgia, otitis
pain (part of speech: noun)
gripe, spasm, hurt, burn, inflammation, stitch, painfulness, suffering, wound, stab, malaise, grief, smarting, cramp, bite, crick, sting, migraine, pain, pang, rack, torment, back-ache, injury, headache, distress, sore, agony, ache, affliction, irritation, anguish, wrench, throe, torture, misery, discomfort, infliction, bruise, throb, chafing
- They are a pitiful lot, with earache, toothache, and all the minor complaints which I myself find so trying, and they lie about on straw till they are able to go back to the trenches again. - "My War Experiences in Two Continents", Sarah Macnaughtan.
- Or perhaps he is shot with a Winchester rifle, this being the usual mode of despatching a friend who has asked another to put him out of the world on account, perhaps, of some trifling but troublesome ailment such as earache or neuralgia, which the sufferer imagines to be incurable. - "From Paris to New York by Land", Harry de Windt.
- " Vewve Clikot's universal an' suv'rin remedy," said David, reading the label and bringing the corners of his eye and mouth almost together in a wink to John, " fer toothache, earache, burns, scalds, warts, dispepsy, fallin' o' the hair, windgall, ringbone, spavin, disapp'inted affections, an' pips in hens," and out came the cork with a " wop," at which both the ladies, even Mrs. Cullom, jumped and cried out. - "The Christmas Story from David Harum", Edward Noyes Westcott.