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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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This is one of the sorest spots we have in Little Rock schools.
He's so clever on his feet and that's why I couldn't understand what happened - it's definitely the sorest fall I ever took.
Heidi Green easily remembers the sorest day of her life.
Wenger can be the sorest of losers, yet ng the loss of two crucial lly good grace.
While the book is clever and funny, it's also a tender meditation on the power of food and wine to heal even the sorest of hearts.
Contractor name : GROUPEMENT LES BONNES TABLES SOREST QUADRATURE RESTAURATION
71) Angelina recognized that slavery was "the sorest to touch a Carolinian on.
Schindler's built-in furniture from the 1940s, painted in "Honeysuckle" (Pantone #18-2120) at least three times, but the highlight was a flute sextet staged in the museum's Bruce Goff-designed Pavilion for Japanese Art, where the show extended, commemorating a building that serves as the sorest thumb of LACMA's notoriously eclectic campus, if not its sentimental favorite.
Many a bloody page of history attests the fact, that fanaticism, armed with power, is the sorest evil which can befall a nation.
It gave us the power to help our allies instantly and without stint when their need was sorest, with a help most needed" (Owen 1919).
There's nothing better than walking up those steps, but losing there was the sorest moment of my career.