alphabet

Pain

Antonyms for pain:

pleasure, comfort, relief, ease, pleasance, alleviation.

Synonyms for pain:

Sense 1

pestering, fastidiousness, voluptuousness, neuralgia, torturous, pinprick, harassment, abashment, perturbing, scrupulousness, troublous, sensuousness, anguishing, unsufferable, Bothering, nagging, disruptive, hedonic, displeasing, ruffled feathers, striving, punctiliousness, voluptuary, hedonistic, unsettling, thoroughness, toothache, afflictive, yucky, Besetment, soreness, exasperation, dudgeon, worrisome, ingratiatory, nettlesome, visitation, elbow grease, tormenting, meticulousness, aching, EINA, Sensualistic, distressing, tingle, upsetting, sensualism, distressful, sensualist, achy, unsupportable.

Sense 2

harry, irritant, hedonist, miff, tease, disturbing, exasperate, irk, wretchedness, discomfiture, unbearable, epicure, pleasurable, plaguy, intrusive, crucify, disquieting, struggle, pleasing, abash, displease, nauseating, affront, irritating, kink, enjoyable, repellent, provoking, bitterness, rile, intolerable, beleaguer, faze, provocation, insupportable, delectation, chagrin, nettle, gusto, unpleasant, offensive, unendurable, vexatious, disconcert, annoy, insufferable, revolting, pique, grieve, pester, resentment, peeve, agonizing, difficulty, disgusting, Irksome, discomposure, epicurean, carefulness, umbrage, Insinuating, excruciating, bothersome, aggrieve, icky, sickening, galling, hurtful, harrowing, uncongenial.

Sense 4

offense, bedevil, troublesome, strain, nasty, prickle, fret, harass, aggravate, vile, while, plague, sensual, foul, confound, worry, insult, sugary, ugly.

Sense 5

provoke, satisfy, pleasant, beset, unwholesome.

Sense 6

impossible.

Sense 7

care.

Sense 8

trial.

Sense 10

bad.

Sense 25

turn.

Sense 30

get.

annoy

rankle.

dyspepsia

indigestion.

grief

sorrow, regret.

indigestion

stomachache.

sorrow

woe.

torment

martyrdom.

Sense 2 (noun)

soreness, regret, sorrow, strain.

Sense 3 (noun)

worry.

Sense 4 (noun)

effort, care, endeavor.

Sense 5 (noun)

prickle.

Sense 6 (noun)

woe.

Sense 7 (noun)

meticulousness, carefulness, punctiliousness, fastidiousness, thoroughness, scrupulousness.

Sense 8 (noun)

striving, struggle, exertion, elbow grease, while.

Sense 9 (noun)

trial, thorn.

aggravation (noun)

headache.

colic (noun)

stomachache.

feeling (noun)

sensuality.

hopelessness (noun)

desperation.

mental suffering (noun)

rack, woe, bitterness, anguish, worry, martyrdom, grief, tribulation, suffering, wretchedness, malaise, travail.

muscle spasm (noun)

crick, cramp.

problem (noun)

effort, vexation, bother, nuisance, aggravation, pest, exertion, annoyance.

upset stomach (noun)

indigestion.

visitation (noun)

visitation.

body (verb)

trouble, ail.

bother, trouble (verb)

aggrieve, bite, rile, irritate, agonize, exasperate, injure, smart, annoy, harass, ail, irk, suffer, disquiet, chafe, inflame, vex, upset, grieve, afflict.

pain (verb)

inflame, smart, irritate, afflict, suffer, agonize, chafe.

Usage examples for pain:

  • Pain would be better. - "A Crooked Mile", Oliver Onions.
  • The child was sick and faint from the pain of having her arm set. - "Mary Gray", Katharine Tynan.
  • She was in great pain. - "The Crystal Stopper", Maurice LeBlanc.

Word of the day

uncertain

doubtful, hesitating, shapeless, slippery, halting, issue, polemic, problematic, Stumped, rocky.

more