A sore is a painful place on the body where the skin is infected. see also cold sore
If part of your body is sore, it causes you pain and discomfort. It's years since I've had a sore throat like I did last night My chest is still sore from the surgery. + soreness sore·ness The soreness lasted for about six weeks
If something is a sore point with someone, it is likely to make them angry or embarrassed if you try to discuss it. The continuing presence of American troops on Korean soil remains a very sore point with these students
(Tıp, İlaç) An aphthous ulcer or canker sore is a type of mouth ulcer which presents as a painful open sore inside the mouth, caused by a break in the mucous membrane. The condition is also known as aphthous stomatitis, and alternatively as "Sutton's Disease," especially in the case of multiple or recurring ulcers
is a cluster of small blisters on the skin, most frequently around the mouth and lips caused by the herpes simplex virus Cold sores can be activated by sunlight Wearing a lip protectant with sunscreen may prevent a cold sore Collagen: A natural substance within body tissues It can be injected into the skin to plump up particular areas A fibrous protein found in skin, bone, cartilage, tendon, and other connective tissues A fibrous substance, derived from bovine placenta used as a super moisturizer
Cold sores are small sore spots that sometimes appear on or near someone's lips and nose when they have a cold. A small blister occurring on the lips and face and caused by herpes simplex. Also called fever blister, herpes labialis. a painful spot on your lip or inside your mouth that is caused by a virus
emphasis Sorely is used to emphasize that a feeling such as disappointment or need is very strong. I for one was sorely disappointed. the potential to earn sorely needed money for Britain from overseas orders He will be sorely missed. very much or very seriously
[ 'sOr, 'sor ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English sor, from Old English sār (noun) 'ache, wound' and sār (adj.) 'painful, grievous', from Proto-Germanic *sairan (noun) (compare Dutch zeer 'sore, ache', Danish sår 'wound'), and *sairaz (adj.) 'sore' (compare German sehr 'very'), from Proto-Indo-European *seHi- 'to be fierce, afflict' (compare Hittite sāwar 'anger', Welsh hoed 'pain', Latin saevus 'wild, fierce', Tocharian saiwe 'itch', Latvian sievs, sīvs 'sharp, biting', Ancient Greek aimōdía 'toothache').
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