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Definition of "achingly" []

  • In an aching manner; sorely. (adverb)

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Use "achingly" in a sentence
  • "In the current New Republic, there's a passel of blather under the byline Amitai Etzioni (a name achingly familiar to all connoisseurs of crypto-academic bien-pensant bullbleep) that sets forth a plan by which America will transform itself into a nation of savers."
  • "Images scrolled across the screen: an eight-year-old girl, her expression achingly distant, peered at the camera from behind a whitewashed column."
  • "She whispered his name achingly against his skin; need overcoming reason as her de fences came crashing down, her body pliant and eager against his, her mouth trembling as she caressed his skin."