or stom·ach ache
- pain in the stomach or abdomen; colic.
Origin of stomachache
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Examples from the Web for stomachache
A celebrity said to have a stomachache or fever probably in fact has a stomachache or a fever.Bob Dole & George H.W. Bush Hospitalized: How to Interpret Illness of Public Figures
November 30, 2012
And they groaned over it—he and she—like people with the stomachache.The Whirlpool
Except that fever, I never had anything worse than a stomachache in all my life.The Red City
S. Weir Mitchell
Like a box of sweets, and then you ran the risk of stomachache.Cinderella Jane
Marjorie Benton Cooke
Take a little wine for your stomachache, and a few clothes for your heartache.Plain Mary Smith
Henry Wallace Phillips
Can you be thankful for toothache, or stomachache, or any kind of ache?Mary Cary
Kate Langley Bosher
- pain in the stomach or abdominal region, as from acute indigestionTechnical name: gastralgia Also called: stomach upset, upset stomach
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- Pain in the stomach or abdomen.
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