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Definition of the verb ache for
What does ache for mean as a doing phrase?
- To desire, or want something, or someone, very much.
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by Oxford Dictionaries,, Maurice Waite
(ache for/to do) feel great desire for or to do. achieve v. (achieves, achieving, achieved) succeed in doing something by effort, skill, or courage. achievable adj. achiever n. – origin Old French achever'come or bring to a head'. achievement n.
by Oxford University Press
pine for, ache for, hanker for/after, hunger for, thirst for, itch for, be eager for, be desperate for, crave , dream of, set your heart on; informal synonyms Ilonged for the holidays yearn ...
The Patient's Encyclopaedia of Urinary Tract Infection, Sexual Cystitis and Interstitial Cystitis (2002)
by Angela Kilmartin
Having patches of bladder lining cut off is bound to be painful when you next urinate; it will also ache for a few days. To counteract this in addition to strong pain relief, drink plenty once nausea has gone, add some Mis pot cit, Cystopurin for UK ...
by Sarah Josepha Hale
By day or night, in weal or woe, This heart, no longer free, Must bear the love it cannot snow, And silent ache for thee Byron.
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