adjective, ach·i·er, ach·i·est.
Related formsach·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for achy
Since transitioning to a standing desk, the muscle cramps and achy back that plagued me have almost completely vanished.Work Like Churchill-Ditch Your Office Chair and Embrace the Standing Desk|Gregory Ferenstein|June 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Achy Breaky 2” opens with a “comedic” introduction by Larry King.
“Achy Breaky 2” is really bad, and in an ideal world, no one would ever listen to it.
Catapulting “Achy Breaky 2” from weird to disturbingly weird is the insane amount of young, naked cyborg flesh on display.
That was all the achy and breaky we had to endure—until now.
Tired and achy as they were at night, though, they were glad to find children in the next shack.Across the Fruited Plain|Florence Crannell Means
Nelsen felt the scared earnestness of the appeal, and the achy shock of the compliment.
Jennie Harper had large dark eyes, and a funny, achy sort of voice.
He thought, with an achy wistfulness, of a small hero-worshipping girl named Jennie Harper, at Serene.
Gigan′ticide, the act of killing a giant; Gigantol′ogy, description of giants; Gigantom′achy, a war of giants.