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a British spelling of agonized
expressing great pain or sadness
suffering great physical or emotional pain
suffering great pain
mainly literary with feet that hurt because of walking a lot
injured, or feeling physical pain
suffering from sore muscles and feeling stiff after you ride a horse or a bicycle
painful and uncomfortable, usually as a result of an injury, infection, or too much exercise
if you are stiff, or if a part of your body is stiff, you feel pain in your muscles and cannot move easily
if you are uncomfortable, you have an unpleasant or slightly painful feeling in part of your body
another spelling of rack
bent a long way forwards, for example because you are in pain or laughing a lot
a marketing strategy which deceives people by trying to suggest that a business is motivated by principles of sharing rather than conventional profits
a boat with wing-shaped pieces fixed to the bottom that lift the boat onto the surface of the...
open/agreeable/able to be communicated with via text
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