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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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I think I'm sorer than him this morning after all the shouting we did.
He's just a little bit sorer than normal, so he'll miss out.
I spoke to him on Monday and said: 'If we were playing in the final we'd have picked you this week but we don't want that to get any sorer.
I'm getting used to the change in climate; however, with the warmer weather in Las Vegas, I am finding my feet get hotter and wetter and sorer.
Which has not pleased Dean Ryan: "John has a disc issue, like most tighthead props, and on the day of the game it was sorer than normal," the director of rugby said.
The off-the-road category was a lot sorer than we would have liked, but it wasn't unexpected.
One view within the field of behavioral law and economics is that policymakers should use hard law and sorer institutional structures to "nudge" imperfect decisionmakers in the presumably efficient direction, while allowing them the liberty to make other choices should they strongly desire.
TXOYZ Ikhthys (IKH-THUS), the Greek word for fish, is traditionally an acrostic from [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Iesous Khrestos Theou Yios Sorer, i.
While English presents its own issues, Hern cites math as the sorer thumb.
The choice of fill depends on whether the user wants a firmer or sorer feel, more loft or a flatter profile and hypoallergenic qualities.
In the 2005-06 season, while at York, he finished the fifth-tier's top sorer with 23 goals.
It felt a lot sorer in the semi-final, I felt like I was bowling a bit faster in the final.