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sore

1. (esp of a wound, injury, etc.) painfully sensitive; tender
2. a painful or sensitive wound, injury, etc.
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He has just had a sore knee, which is serious enough for a steeplechaser, but we are giving it all the time we can.
I am about 35-40 pounds overweight, but with a sore knee, and teaching on my feet all day, it isn't easy to even just walk for exercise.
He has got a sore knee at the moment so he needs to recover from that but he should be OK in a week or so.
However, Parnaby has played in a couple of reserve games, though he suffered a slight setback in the last one against Everton when he picked up a sore knee.
HELEN JENKINS blamed a sore knee as she failed to win triathlon gold.
But, in my defence (and at the risk of mentioning that the dog ate my homework) I have had a sore knee.
Wolves also have doubts over Kevin Doyle, who sat out the latter part of yesterday's training session with a sore knee, and Ronald Zubar, who injured his ankle for the reserves on Tuesday.
But Jade Johnson was allowed to miss the whole show last week with a sore knee and then to return as though everything had been put on hold for her.
And despite complaining of a sore knee after starring in Monday night's 1-1 draw with Aston Villa, Bellamy will link up with the rest of his international teammates at training this morning - with Hughes insisting he's the main man at Man City right now.
The former Southampton man has a sore knee after leading the Sky Blues attack in last weekend's friendly against Udinese and may not recover in time to be considered for the trip to Oakwell.
Cushing aching: Linebacker Brian Cushing skipped practice with a sore knee that he hurt right before Christmas break.
Christie has a hamstring injury and Parnaby a sore knee.