He held the cup out to the Minion, who, pale and headachy, was lying with his back to the dish of pork.
But Clarence, sick and headachy, did not notice these signs of strong emotion.
No one had seen her, however, and a vague report that she was “headachy” sent the searcher indoors to further her inquiries.
He was in his bedroom, wrapped up in a blanket, shivering and hot and headachy.
The Squire was unusually taciturn—Mrs. Hazeldean thoughtful—Mrs. Dale languid, and headachy.
Nina was asleep; to Ward, who was headachy and feverish, she had paid a late visit.
Then we all three went for a walk, but I was tired and headachy, and turned back.
She was so tired of Caroline, so tired of wasting time, so headachy from the heavy meals and lack of exercise!
Mr. Read was growling and headachy;—Josephine in her worst humor, and itching to vent it.
The squire was unusually taciturn, Mrs. Hazeldean thoughtful, Mrs. Dale languid and headachy.