I dropped the weight, and thought, ‘ouch, that hurt a bunch,’ and went home for the day.
ouch: Here's one way to kick a guy while he's down: take away his Legion of Honor.
The contents included a purple glass bong (ouch) and a gas mask.
Kat DeLunacy Me- ouch—she aimed for Whitney but landed somewhere between R. Kelly and Roseanne.
And Jack Rabbit started to dance a little, but he said, "ouch!"
"ouch," Grunty howled, as his mother sent him sprawling once more.
There was a shuffling step on the stairway, accompanied by spasmodic shrieks and an occasional "ouch."
I believe if he could only fool us into thinking he was God, he could act like Him—ouch, Bella!
It's a real pleasure to play with a young man like you who—ouch!
Then Steve struck his opponent a blow in the ribs that brought a loud "ouch!"
1837, from Pennsylvania German outch, cry of pain, from German autsch. The Japanese word is itai. Latin used au, hau.
An injury; a hurt: A very serious injury is a ''big'' ouch
[1873+; fr the pained interjection ouch fr German, probably Pennsylvania German, autsch, found by 1838]