Sentence for pain | Use pain in a sentence

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  • The pain was coming again. (8)
  • Her lips quivered in pain. (10)
  • Larry, will there be much pain? (8)
  • The supposition did not pain her. (4)
  • In his pain he thought sincerely. (10)
  • But a Carinthia makes pain honourable. (10)
  • Jeff spared him the pain of a response. (9)
  • It gives me pain to speak ill of a Darcy. (4)
  • Yet an unfamiliar pain gripped her heart. (13)
  • Temple breathed, in pain at such allusions. (10)
  • A pain lodged visibly on her black eyebrows. (10)
  • Is it for pleasure that you do it, or for pain? (8)
  • The pain is the trying to get your soul loose. (22)
  • She suffered no pain, and had but little fever. (12)
  • Each is an individual pain, unaffected by the other. (7)
  • But it was late, and the sweetness was shot with pain. (12)
  • Christian moaned in his supreme pain as he heard this. (12)
  • Searing was not seriously injured, nor did he suffer pain. (1)
  • It is true that we do not care to eat when we are in pain. (10)
  • Monster is it still, and blind, Fit but to be led by Pain. (10)
  • The effort to repress it must have cost them horrible pain. (10)
  • And that has caused an unparalleled increase of pain in the world. (12)
  • I could bear to hear of any misfortune but that she suffered pain. (10)
  • It proved how men may by power of grip squeeze raptures out of pain. (10)
  • Thus did a nature distraught by pain obtain some short lull of repose. (10)
  • Clementina put all her pain for him into the expression of their regret. (9)
  • The nurse, watching those lips, still pale with pain, felt a queer pang. (8)
  • Yet there was pain for her in the perishing of a thing so poor and lowly. (10)
  • He loves you, and has never shown any of the pain your conduct has given him. (10)
  • Pain breathed out of her, and not a sign of pain was visible. (10)
  • He heard a hiss of pain as he swung her up, but when he looked at her she smiled. (8)
  • There was real pain in her voice, and her eyes were filmed with incipient tears. (13)
  • She often had that pain now, as if the longing in her heart strained it physically. (8)
  • She was mistaken, however, in supposing that Edmund gave his father no present pain. (4)
  • This transition from a state of intensest rapture to the depths of pain alarmed her. (10)
  • I have felt that constantly, and felt the pain of it especially since your confession. (12)
  • He felt that pain too, which often bothered him now, a little dragging at his left side. (8)
  • A tear ran down from her, but the pain was lag and neighboured sleep, like the pleasure. (10)
  • When one is in great pain, you know one cannot feel any blessing quite as it may deserve. (4)
  • Rumours of pain and misfortune, she thought, must somewhere have their ground in reality. (12)
  • She shrieked, but as the pain began to abate, she gathered courage, and broke forth joyfully. (9)
  • When by the breath of flowers I am beguiled From sense of pain, and lulled in odorous sloth. (10)
  • Yet the good have their own pain, a different kind of aching, for we shall never get them back. (8)
  • Her fingers hurt, and the pain even gave pleasure; her cheeks were burning; her breath came fast. (8)
  • To see some one so old and calm wince as if struck, to hear so sharp a note of pain in his voice! (8)
  • Lady Camper tossed her head, half closing her eyes, with a contraction of the brows, as if in pain. (10)
  • But whatever they were, they had ceased to nurse an injury or feel the pain for having inflicted it. (10)
  • Of course, the nature and value of a man is shown by how he takes this sort of pain; and hark at me! (22)
  • Yet he fascinated her, and kept her in a state of restlessness and gentle pain; and she needed both. (12)
  • It fixed in his cheek and jaw, wringing an awful breath of pain from him as he fell against the wall. (10)
  • Without a word she got up, gazed at him a moment with eyes dark from pain, shivered, and slipped away. (8)
  • The tower rocked and struck a bell that she discovered to be her betraying voice uttering cries of pain. (10)
  • If it were still against the grain with her, had he not feelings to subdue, injury to forgive, pain to forget? (8)
  • I am grown wretchedly thin, I know; but I will not pain you by describing my anxiety; you have seen enough of it. (4)
  • In the worst event, it hid any pain she might have felt with a dignity from which no intimation of his moved her. (9)
  • If it be so, if I have been misled by such error to inflict pain on her, your resentment has not been unreasonable. (4)
  • She knew that, when Lysander was well and free from pain, nothing pleased him so much as to tease her till she wept. (5)
  • She wished him very well; but he gave her pain, and his welfare twenty miles off would administer most satisfaction. (4)
  • Some degree of pain was necessary to Sir Willoughby, otherwise he would not have seen his generosity confronting him. (10)
  • There is no difference in sensitiveness to pain; there is only a difference in the consciousness of that sensitiveness. (12)
  • Surely they had no desire to give pain, but the nature that endowed them with a delicate taste, inspired them to defend it. (10)
  • But remember that the pain of parting from friends will be felt by every body at times, whatever be their education or state. (4)
  • He had shaken the hand of her husband and kept pain and disappointment out of his face, knowing well that he deceived no one. (8)
  • Whether he had felt more of pain or of pleasure in seeing her she could not tell, but he certainly had not seen her with composure. (4)
  • He longed to cry aloud in his shame and pain, and to fly for comfort to his sympathetic mother and strong brother in the other boat. (5)
  • This letter gave Elizabeth some pain; but her spirits returned as she considered that Jane would no longer be duped, by the sister at least. (4)
  • In a large easy chair sat a florid-looking old man, with a face in which pain and habitual ill-temper had combined to absorb every expression. (6)
  • Isabella could not be aware of the pain she was inflicting; but it was a degree of wilful thoughtlessness which Catherine could not but resent. (4)
  • The studied indifference, insolence, and discontent of her husband gave her no pain; and when he scolded or abused her, she was highly diverted. (4)

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