References in classic literature ?
The thought that it may stop hurting sometimes hurts me worse than all else, Marilla.
When I go after anything I get it, an' if anything gets in between it gets hurt.
An' you'd better tell the rummy to beat it unless you want to see'm get his face hurt.
Saxon, hurt as a prideful woman can be hurt by cavalier treatment, was tempted to cry out the name and prowess of her new-found protector.
People laugh at it mainly because they think the student is so covered up with armor that he cannot be hurt.
I had seen the heads and faces of ten youths gashed in every direction by the keen two-edged blades, and yet had not seen a victim wince, nor heard a moan, or detected any fleeting expression which confessed the sharp pain the hurts were inflicting.
It won't hurt you to stand," replied Tip; "and, as you can't sleep, you may as well watch out and see that no one comes near to disturb us.
The sword in his hands flashed like quicksilver into the huddle of our fleeing enemies; and at every flash there came the scream of a man hurt.
Four more were hurt, and of that number, one (and he not the least important) got his hurt from me.
Indeed (as I learned afterwards) there were so many of them hurt or dead, and the rest in so ill a temper, that Mr.
But you know she was hurt about Antonia, and she can't understand why you like to be with Tiny and Lena better than with the girls of your own set.
I don't care what they say about me, but if it hurts you, that settles it.