- bosh og'rig'i
Noun(1) something or someone that causes anxiety; a source of unhappiness(2) pain in the head caused by dilation of cerebral arteries or muscle contractions or a reaction to drugs
(1) she got a headache(2) Shoppers and parked vehicles sometimes block the route, causing a major headache for drivers.(3) Symptoms include a severe headache , a stiff neck and a dislike of bright lights.(4) Now the only headache to worry about is a break-down or even worse an accident.(5) He had been told she had a headache and muscle pain, neither of which she had.(6) Many managers would be delighted to have such a selection headache .(7) For example, I currently have a severe headache and was sick earlier this morning.(8) This is a real headache and a major problem after a crash or when viruses delete files.(9) Let this be a warning to all who wish to save themselves the headache and hassle.(10) traffic in this town is a real headache(11) I've got a splitting headache(12) Moorby's only selection headache revolves around the loss of skipper James Rushforth.(13) The former gas works at Heworth Green has been a worry to residents and a headache to planners for years.(14) I have a headache(15) an administrative headache(16) Alternatively, there may be little ocular pain but severe headache and nausea or vomiting.
1. pain in the head ::
2. nuisance ::
3. vexation ::
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