Lady Sybil and her family doctor both voiced concerns, because she had a headache and her thinking was “muddled.”
Customers that wanted to leave AOL found out that canceling the monthly fee was a headache.
Within days of the first symptom, a headache, the patient was fighting for his life.
If all you wanted to do was elect a few more Democrats to office, you would open a consulting firm, save yourself the headache.
It also still has the headache of security in the Sinai to address.
It was on the second afternoon of headache and sore throat that Mrs. Randolph came to the rescue.
Carlotta Harrison pleaded a headache, and was excused from the operating-room and from prayers.
This crown of mine'—the King laid his hand upon the diadem he wore—'often gives me a headache.
The nurses' rooms were subject to inspection, and she had pleaded a headache.
Billie has a fever and headache, and he snuffles something terrible.
headache head·ache (hěd'āk')
A pain in the head. Also called cephalalgia.
Pain in the head, caused by stimulation of or pressure to any of various structures of the head, such as tissue covering the cranium, cranial nerves, or blood vessels. Headache can be a primary disorder, as in migraine or cluster headaches, or a common symptom associated with head injury or many illnesses such as acute infection, brain tumor or abscess, eye disorders such as glaucoma, dental disease, and hypertension. See also cluster headache, migraine.
Any trouble, annoyance, vexation, etc: another headache for pro coaches (1934+)