The neuralgic issue of censorship is confined to a substantial but specific range of books both in Chinese and from abroad.
Marvel knew that a hot bag must be covered with linen; Marvel knew that an alcohol rub changes even a neuralgic's outlook.
I have run away to this sea-beach to get rid of my neuralgic face.
The neuralgic eye closed and opened, perhaps with another twinge.
But it crossed him only like a neuralgic pang, to be forgotten a minute later.
When once developed, the neuralgic attacks do not differ from those which proceed from causes internal to the organism.
In the other the pain is more of a neuralgic character and is not so severe.
It may coexist along with the common form of flat-foot, or it may be associated with the neuralgic pain known as metatarsalgia.
This is like the neuralgic pain of nervous gastralgia, which is not infrequent in chlorotic and hysterical females.
Blanche had been ill, of neuralgic Cold: Valentia not well: but both on the mending hand now.
neuralgia neu·ral·gia (nu-rāl'jə, nyu-)
Sharp, severe paroxysmal pain extending along a nerve or group of nerves. Also called neurodynia.