The kitchen-maid came next—afflicted with the face-ache, and making no secret of her sufferings.
What a shocking draught, enough to blow one away, and I've had the face-ache all this week.
He had been distracted with face-ache all night, he said, which caused him to rise late.
Henrietta's face-ache is quite well, and I don't mean to give any more bulletins to-day.
To look at the boys during this exercise, one might think they had the face-ache!
It gave you the face-ache to look at his apples, the stomach-ache to look at his oranges, the tooth-ache to look at his nuts.
Smoked for their odour; and in tooth-ache, face-ache, &c. See Cigars, Scented.
Sore throat and tic doloreux, or face-ache, are very common complaints in cold weather with high winds.
Frank never makes acquaintance with a new old woman, but she gets the face-ache.
But she declined it, saying she was subject to face-ache, and did not care to be next the window.