sore (adjective) · sorer (comparative adjective) · sorest (superlative adjective)
sore (noun) · sores (plural noun)
1. Sore: [adjective] causing emotional pain or distress
2. Sore definition, physically painful or sensitive, as a wound, hurt, or diseased part: a Sore arm
3. Sore angry - Describing a wound or Sore that is red and inflamed
4. Merry-gall - A Sore produced by chafing. Sore - As a noun, it first meant generally "physical pain and suffering."
5. Bed Sore popular term for pressure ulcer
6. Canker Sore recurrent aphthous stomatitis
7. 126 synonyms of Sore from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 180 related words, definitions, and antonyms
8. Sore: causing or feeling bodily pain.
9. Find 67 ways to say Sore, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
10. A Sore is a blister, bump, lesion or ulcer occurring anywhere on the body
11. The Sore may be painful, itchy, red, swollen, or tender to the touch
12. The Sore may be hard or filled with fluid
13. The surface of the Sore may be broken and bleeding.
14. Sore "A Sore" is a raw and painful place on the body. "Sore" is an adjective meaning painful or aching.
15. A skin ulcer is an open Sore caused by poor blood flow.
16. The Crossword Solver found 77 answers to the Sore crossword clue
17. See 8 authoritative translations of Sore in Spanish with example sentences, phrases and audio pronunciations.
18. A cold Sore is a fluid-filled blister (or a cluster of blisters) that appears on the lips and around the mouth
19. Cold Sores are also called fever blisters, oral herpes or herpes labialis
20. Sore - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
21. Sore [sor] a popular term for any lesion of the skin or mucous membrane
22. Bed Sore popular term for pressure ulcer
23. Canker Sore recurrent aphthous stomatitis
24. Desert Sore a form of tropical phagedenic ulcer seen in desert areas of Africa, Australia, and the Middle East
25. What does Sore mean? Painful to the touch; tender
26. Sore: 1 adj causing misery or pain or distress “it was a Sore trial to him” Synonyms: afflictive , painful unpleasant disagreeable to the senses, to the mind, or feelings adj hurting Synonyms: raw , sensitive , tender painful causing physical or psychological pain adj roused to anger “ Sore over a remark” Synonyms: huffy , mad angry feeling or
27. Your Sore throat could also be the result of a strep throat infection
28. Sore adjective (PAINFUL) painful and uncomfortable, esp
29. (of a body part) because of injury or infection or (of a muscle) from being used too much: If you have a Sore throat, take aspirin
30. I went rowing yesterday for the first time in years, and my arms are Sore …
31. Sore - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
32. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Sore adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." (painful, tender) doloroso/a adj adjetivo: Describe el sustantivo.Puede ser posesivo, numeral, demostrativo ("casa grande", "mujer alta")
33. Most causes of a Sore tongue are temporary and aren’t serious
34. The most common causes of tongue Soreness include: injury, like biting or burning the …
35. If the Sore is relatively minor, you can also heal it with a few at-home hacks, including applying lip balm, petroleum jelly, or coconut oil to soothe and moisturize the irritated areas, Batra
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37. A cold Sore is a group of small, painful blisters or ulcers on your face that are caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV)
38. A Sore tongue is any pain or discomfort of all or a part of the tongue
39. If you have a Sore tongue, you may feel a dull, stabbing, shooting, burning, or pins-and-needles sensation
40. Ulcer (dermatology), a Sore on the skin or a mucous membrane Sore, a mild pain or ache; Sore, by Buzzov*en; Sore (band), an Indonesian rock band Sore, Landes, a village in the Landes département of France; Sore, a slang term for angry; See also
41. Sore 'Sore' is a 4 letter word starting with S and ending with E Crossword clues for 'Sore' Clue Answer; Painfully sensitive (4) Sore: Really ticked off (4) In need of Bengay (4) Hot under the collar (4) Needing liniment (4) In a foul mood (4) Teed off (4) Ticked (4) Feeling the effects of a workout (4)
42. ‘A Sore throat is excruciating, but when it is coupled with a fever and a headache and a clogged up nose, it is more than miserable.’ ‘In diphtheria, the throat is moderately Sore, with tender cervical adenopathy.’
43. Sore mouth suspected in Yellowstone sheep Bozeman Daily Chronicle
44. Now that we’ve discussed the different meanings and uses of soar and Sore, you will be able to distinguish between the two and use them appropriately in your sentences
45. Remember that soar is related to flying while Sore …
46. Sore definition: If part of your body is Sore , it causes you pain and discomfort
47. She added: "Community pharmacists are well-placed to help to manage patients with Sore throat and to refer for further investigation if there are signs of more complex infection." Pharmacies' Sore throat swab service aims to help relieve pressure on GPs
48. Angry - Describing a wound or Sore that is red and inflamed
49. Merry-gall - A Sore produced by chafing
50. Sore - As a noun, it first meant generally "physical pain and suffering." chafe, chaff - To chafe means to rub until Sore or worn; to chaff means to tease good-naturedly.
51. A Sore throat usually clears up on its own, but you may have trouble talking or swallowing while you have it
52. Find out what may be causing it and how to relieve the Soreness.
53. Tongue or mouth issues — other than a Sore throat — don’t appear on the list of COVID-19 symptoms compiled by the Centers for Disease Control …
54. Cold Sore patches are also available that contain hydrocolloid gel, which is an effective treatment for skin wounds
55. The patch is placed over the cold Sore while it heals
56. Read more about treating cold Sores
57. Worried your Sore throat may be #strep?Viruses, bacteria, & allergens can all cause a Sore throat
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59. If your Sore throat is cause by the flu, your doctor may prescribe antiviral medicine
60. Most Sore throats caused by a cold or flu-type virus go away in a week to 10 days
61. If your Sore throat is caused by bacteria, your doctor will prescribe an antibiotic
62. ‘A Sore throat is excruciating, but when it is coupled with a fever and a headache and a clogged up nose, it is more than miserable.’ ‘In diphtheria, the throat is moderately Sore, with tender cervical adenopathy.’
63. Sore throat is a very common and non-specific symptom (aka, a symptom that is self-reported and doesn't indicate a specific disease) and will feel the same whether you have a cold, the flu
64. Definition of Sore written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
Definition of sore (Entry 2 of 3) 1 : a localized sore spot on the body especially : one (such as an ulcer) with the tissues ruptured or abraded and usually with infection. 2 : a source of pain or vexation : affliction.
As an adjective, sore literally means feeling physical pain, or figuratively feeling sorrow, distress of resentment, but as a noun sore refers to a blister or some other source of pain or irritation on the skin.
Included below are past participle and present participle forms for the verb sore which may be used as adjectives within certain contexts. Causing pain or discomfort; painfully sensitive. Sensitive; tender; easily pained, grieved, or vexed; very susceptible of irritation. Dire; distressing.
Sore is painful or sensitive, whether physically or mentally. An example of sore used as an adjective is a sore back which means a back that is in pain.