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Use "headachy" in a sentence
"No one had seen her, however, and a vague report that she was "headachy" sent the searcher indoors to further her inquiries."
"This was a very tedious job, necessitating, first, a weary tramp to and from the beach to where the path led up to the summit of the tableland; and, secondly, a scramble up the rocky and wearisome ascent of the plateau, this latter part of their labour being rendered all the more difficult and disagreeable by the bundles of blubber and skins, which they had to carry up on their heads in the same fashion as negroes always convey their loads -- a thing apparently easy enough to the blacks by reason of their strong craniums, but terribly "headachy" for Europeans unaccustomed to such burdens!"
""I'm so kind of headachy and restless that my sewing's bound to be a fizzle."