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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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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.
Unless the Bears can rustle up another overseas signing in very short order they will now head in to a key run of championship games with one senior specialist spinner, Ant Botha - and he is also nursing a sore knee in which he had an injection yesterday.
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.
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.
With Tunisia captain Khaled Badra banned and wing-back Hatem Trabelsi doubtful with a sore knee, Badou Zaki's men look big at 21-10.
O'Connor is struggling to recover from the sore knee with he collected courtesy of a reckless tackle from Burnley's Paul Weller at Turf Moor on Saturday.
Since that game, the Bucks (17-14) have gotten Tony Snell and Matthew Dellavedova back from injuries, but Giannis Antetokounmpo sat out Saturdays loss in Charlotte with a sore knee.
Jake Livermore could also be rested for the Port Vale test after reporting a sore knee against Rovers.
But on Sunday, Nabor had to be wheeled out of Filoil Flying V Centre's playing court and into the Lady Bulldogs' dugout because of a sore knee.
However, the spirited actress braved the sore knee and was seen attending the Auto Expo 2014 and even happily posed atop a Range Rover.
HELEN JENKINS blamed a sore knee as she failed to win triathlon gold.