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"Now, Mac, listen to me," Rose said very earnestly, though her voice shook a little and her heart ached. "You know you have hurt your eyes reading by fire-light and in the dusk, and sitting up late, and now you'll have to pay for it; the doctor said so.
BBC BREAKFAST host Susanna Reid said she is "aching in places I've never ached before" after beginning her training for Strictly Come Dancing.
1 : to suffer a dull continuous pain <My muscles ached from shoveling snow.>