pained (part of speech: verb)
- Among the shattered pots and yawning sepulchres, I racked up her broken heart and blighted affections. - "It Happened in Egypt", C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson.
- I racked my brain to find out where and what it could be. - "The Boy Volunteers with the French Airmen", Kenneth Ward.
- Yet while it racked his body it fortunately spared his mental faculties; and indeed so lively did his interest in affairs remain that it seemed to require these physical reminders to show him how old he was; save for his body, he was still a man in his prime. - "Benjamin Franklin", John Torrey Morse, Jr..