v. causar dor aguda, sentir uma dor forte
I do not want to hear it! roared the count, beside himself with anger, and from the twinges given to him from his ailing foot.
Again, the decent liberal reader may feel a twinge of unease.
But just hoping that he might gave me the first twinge of enthusiasm I'd felt for the outing.
But there was a twinge of pleasure in seeing his electors cower in their homes, afraid to step up to the polls.
But he never looked at a dead body without feeling a twinge of sadness.
For a moment, Jim felt a twinge of irritation.
He fought to free his trapped leg with a slight twinge of hope.
He hobbled across the room, almost slipping halfway there but righting himself with a searing twinge.
His chest seems to echo with a twinge.
Jake felt a twinge of some unpleasant emotion and put it behind him without much examination.