pain (part of speech: noun)
grief, spasm, headache, burn, hurt, stitch, painfulness, suffering, wound, stab, irritation, earache, smarting, cramp, bite, crick, sting, malaise, pain, pang, rack, torment, back-ache, infliction, gripe, distress, sore, agony, ache, affliction, injury, anguish, wrench, throe, torture, misery, discomfort, inflammation, bruise, throb, chafing
- But throughout the whole of that evening, and, indeed, for the next two days, all the explanation that he could get from Madame herself was that she had a headache and that the letter which she had received that afternoon was of no consequence and had nothing to do with her migraine. - "Castles in the Air", Baroness Emmuska Orczy.
- Has thee the migraine, Peggy? - "Peggy Owen and Liberty", Lucy Foster Madison.
- But, if you will that migraine to be far away, it will fly, and then I shall be near. - "The Judgment House", Gilbert Parker.