- (of a part of one's body) painful or aching；suffering pain from a part of one's body
- a raw or painful place on the body；a cause or source of distress or annoyance
- extremely; severely
noun: sore, plural noun: sores
- 1. (of a part of one's body) painful or aching my feet were sore and my head ached 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ suffering pain from a part of one's body he was sore from the long ride
- ▪ upset and angry I didn't even know they were sore at us 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ severe; urgent we're in sore need of him 同義詞 反義詞
- 1. a raw or painful place on the body we had sores on our hands
- ▪ a cause or source of distress or annoyance there's no point raking over the past and opening old sores
- 1. archaic extremely; severely they were sore afraid
- a bruise or sore on a horse's back, caused by pressure or chafing of an ill-fitting saddle.
- chafed by riding on a saddle: he moaned constantly about his aching back and saddle-sore thighs he was tired and saddle-sore
- an issue about which someone feels distressed or annoyed and which it is therefore advisable to ...
- a subject or issue about which someone feels distressed or annoyed
Oxford American Dictionary
- a condition marked by pain in the throat, typically caused by inflammation due to a cold or ... she whispers through her role as if she's got a sore throat
- another term for chancroid
- an inflamed blister in or near the mouth, caused by infection with the herpes simplex virus.
- a form of leishmaniasis occurring in Asia and Africa, causing open ulcers.
- an ulcer characteristic of Barcoo rot: I had one hard Barcoo sore on my right hand to begin with
- (of a part of one's body) painful or aching: she had a sore throat
- a raw or painful place on the body: all of us had sores and infections on our hands
- extremely; severely: they were sore afraid