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ache

[āk]
(medicine)
A constant dull or throbbing pain.
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Just as it is achingly sad to realise Tony's three beautiful children will need help to remember the best of what has been taken away from them.
Lindsay Duncan as Meg is achingly realistic in her role
Her intuitive paintings reflect "waking dreams" - haunting, achingly familiar images evoking that which can be felt but never spoken.
Beautiful trade mark Wilson harmonies and lyrics that are so achingly personal it's just breathtaking.
Indeed, the whole movie is perfectly paced and balanced between the bittersweet and the achingly ridiculous.
It explains the best materials for each job while indulging the senses with fantastic pics of achingly gorgeous homes with incredible swimming pools, spas, hot tub, and Jacuzzis.
It's a clever story-telling device that makes the yearning and loss achingly palatable and universally felt.
A remarkable autobiography, both achingly funny and terrifyingly cruel in which normality is almost a crime.
Not only was it overly stylized--at times, Solomons was so achingly regal he seemed to be performing a parody of himself--what was truly missing was choreographic inventiveness and a reason for the drama.
Given the undeniable intelligence but achingly conventional form and earnest tone of this version, one is inevitably tempted to speculate, with more money or perhaps with Donald Brittain himself at the helm, about the film that might have been.
He hoped that an African American history commemoration would help build an educational foundation for the work of racial justice and restitution the nation so achingly required.