It was another injury—a toothache—that launched his transition into his acting.
Many old people suffer greatly with toothache, called “pa-tug′ nan fob-a′.”
But we decided that it was not going to be toothache, nor headache, nor stomach-ache, nor worms.
Saint Peter is represented as afflicted with the toothache, and sitting on a marble stone by the wayside.
For pom-pom fever, Mauseritis, The toothache or the loafertitis.
It reminds me of the time a monkey named Mappo, who once visited here, had the toothache one night and howled until morning.
It is exactly like a man with a toothache, who keeps on saying, 'Oh!
Similarly, as the cones of a species of pine-tree had the shape of teeth, it followed that they would ease the toothache.
"She has had a toothache," Matteo said quickly, and gave his sister a glance.
In toothache if you can find a cavity, clean it out with a small piece of cotton or a toothpick.
toothache tooth·ache (tōōth'āk')
An aching pain in or near a tooth. Also called dentalgia, odontalgia.