References in classic literature ?
Only love can erase the memory of love, or rather, the hurt of lost love.
But it seems as if part of me was buried over there in that little harbor graveyard-- and it hurts so much that I'm afraid of life."
"The thought that it may stop hurting sometimes hurts me worse than all else, Marilla."
"Hurt? Oh, yes; I--I ran." Pollyanna's eyes were dazed.
"When I go after anything I get it, an' if anything gets in between it gets hurt. D'ye get that?
People laugh at it mainly because they think the student is so covered up with armor that he cannot be hurt. But it is not so; his eyes are ears are protected, but the rest of his face and head are bare.
"Not exactly hurt," answered the animal; "but it makes me quite nervous to be jarred."
"Oh, yes, you are; because if you don't there'll be a bigger smash and some folks will most likely get hurt. You're worth a million or more yourself, now, and if you listen to me you come through with a whole skin.
It came all of a sudden when it did, with a rush of feet and a roar, and then a shout from Alan, and a sound of blows and some one crying out as if hurt. I looked back over my shoulder, and saw Mr.
Disapprobation hurt me, I found--even that of people whom I did not admire.
"But, best of all," said Dorothy, "the wicked people have all forgotten their wickedness, and will not wish to hurt any one after this."
He ran home and told his Mother, saying, "Although it hurts me very much, I only touched it gently." "That was just why it stung you," said his Mother.