Fair, lovely, favourite, attractive, engaging, winning, taking, prepossessing, inviting, captivating, bewitching, fascinating, magnetic, seductive, killing, stunning, ripping, likable.

    Charming, delightful, exquisite, enchanting, enthralling, ravishing, rapturous, heart-felt, thrilling, heavenly, celestial, elysian, empyrean, seraphic, ideal.

    Palmy, halcyon, Saturnian, Arcadian.

    (Phrases). To one's heart's content; doing one's heart good.

  1. Capability of giving pain.
  2. Painfulness (Substantives), disagreeableness, unpleasantness, irksomeness, displeasingness, unacceptableness, bitterness, vexatiousness, troublesomeness.

    Trouble, care, cross, annoyance, burden, load, nuisance, plague, bore, bother, botheration, pin-pricks.

    Scourge, bitter pill, worm, canker, cancer, ulcer, curse, gall and wormwood, sting, pricks, scorpion, thorn, brier, bramble, hornet, whip, lash, rack, wheel.

    (Phrases). A thorn in one's side; a bitter pill; a crumpled roseleaf; amari aliquid.

    A mishap, misadventure, mischance, pressure, infestation, grievance, trial, crosses, hardship, blow, stroke, affliction, misfortune, reverse, infliction, dispensation, visitation, disaster, undoing, tragedy, calamity, catastrophe, adversity 735.

    Provocation, infestation, affront, aggravation, indignity, outrage, see 900, 929.

    (Verbs). To cause, produce, give, etc., pain, uneasiness, suffering, etc., to disquiet, etc.

    To pain, hurt, wound, sting, pinch, grate upon, irk, gall, chafe, gnaw, prick, lacerate, pierce, cut, cut up, stick, gravel, hurt one's feelings, mortify, horrify, shock, twinge, gripe.

    To wring, harrow, torment, torture, rack, scarify, cruciate, crucify, convulse, agonise.

    To displease, annoy, incommode, discompose, trouble, disquiet, grieve, cross, tease, rag, tire, vex, worry, try, plague, fret, haunt, obsess, bother, pester, bore, gravel, flummox, harass, importune, tantalise, aggravate.

    To irritate, provoke, nettle, aggrieve, enchafe, enrage.

    To maltreat, bite, assail, badger, infest, harry, persecute, haze, rag.

    To sicken, disgust, revolt, turn the stomach, nauseate, disenchant, repel, offend.

    To horrify, prostrate.

    (Phrases). To barb the dart; to set the teeth on edge; to stink in the nostrils; to tweak the nose; to break the heart; to add a nail to one's coffin; to plant a dagger in the breast; to put to the question; to break on the wheel, etc. 972; wring the heart; surgit amari aliquid.

    (Adjectives). Causing, occasioning, giving, producing, creating, inflicting, etc., pain, etc., hurting, etc.

    Painful, dolorific, dolorous, unpleasant, unpleasing, displeasing, unprepossessing, disagreeable, distasteful, uncomfortable, unwelcome, unsatisfactory, unpalatable, unacceptable, thankless, undesirable, untoward, unlucky, undesired, obnoxious.

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