Polio is a stealthy infection, often producing no symptoms or perhaps a slight fever and a sore throat.
Allardyce was having tea with Drummond, who had been stopping in with a sore throat.
If you've got sore throat there ain't nothin' better'n 'Arabian Balsam.'
Johnny, her little companion in naughtiness, escaped without so much as a sore throat; but he suffered in another way.
Sometimes the throat is affected, and the patient complains of sore throat.
It was on the second afternoon of headache and sore throat that Mrs. Randolph came to the rescue.
If I have a sore throat, it would be useless to blister you for it: that is his idea.
My sore throat is not quite well and I intend stopping here a few days.
She would as lief have the sore throat all the time, if she might only be alive.
He had had a sore throat, and now he couldn't swallow; felt suffocated.
sore throat n.
Any of various inflammations of the tonsils, pharynx, or larynx characterized by pain in swallowing.