An earache in a child with a perfectly normal exam is more difficult to figure out than one with a bulging and inflamed eardrum.
In India the juice of the leaves is a popular remedy for earache.
Hot cloths and hot bottles or bags will help in toothache, just as they do in earache.
At that moment Nicky's earache jabbed upwards at his eyelids and cut them, and shook tears out of them.
This is why one so often has earache after an attack of the grip or after a bad cold.
I let him blood in the right thigh and away flew his earache.
One of Enoks kerchiefs it was—a quondam bandage for the earache.
If you are in doubt about it, treat it as you would an earache—with silent contempt.
So he was singing, too, fit to give any one the earache to listen to him.
There may be an earache, an abdominal complication, or a sore throat, any one of which will be detected by the skilled doctor.
earache ear·ache (ēr'āk')
Pain in the ear; otalgia.