Definition of achy
: afflicted with aches feeling tired and achy
Examples of achy in a Sentence
unable to play in tomorrow's football game because of an achy right knee
Recent Examples of achy from the Web
Use spare towels like exercise bands to bring stiff, achy lower limbs to life, and loosen up your arms and chest by pulling on a towel anchored around the leg of the bed.
Customers complained almost immediately after the changeover a year later; their children felt achy and ill, and many folks were losing hair and developing sores and rashes.
A new jet lag treatment comes in 40- or 60-minute sessions, comprised of a reviving foot soak in volcanic menthol mineral salts, a dry body brushing to stimulate the senses and an energy-boosting massage on the achy spot of your choice.
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First Known Use of achy
Medical Definition of achy
: affected with aches
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