headachy

[hed-ey-kee]

Origin of headachy

First recorded in 1820–30; headache + -y1
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Examples from the Web for headachy

Historical Examples of headachy

  • But Clarence, sick and headachy, did not notice these signs of strong emotion.

    The Heart of Rachael

    Kathleen Norris

  • He was never quite well at sea, but was headachy and uncomfortable.

  • Then we all three went for a walk, but I was tired and headachy, and turned back.

    The Angel of Pain

    E. F. Benson

  • He was in his bedroom, wrapped up in a blanket, shivering and hot and headachy.

    The Vehement Flame

    Margaret Wade Campbell Deland

  • Nina was asleep; to Ward, who was headachy and feverish, she had paid a late visit.

    Harriet and the Piper

    Kathleen Norris


British Dictionary definitions for headachy

headachy

headachey

adjective
  1. suffering from, caused by, or likely to cause a headache
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