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Pronunciation of Soreness: Learn how to pronounce Soreness in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word sore:

adjective
1(of a part of one’s body) painful or aching:
she had a sore throat
suffering pain from a part of one’s body:
he was sore from the long ride
2 [predic.] informal, chiefly North American upset and angry:
I didn’t even know they were sore at us
3 [attributive] severe; urgent:
we’re in sore need of him
noun
a raw or painful place on the body:
all of us had sores and infections on our hands
a cause or source of distress or annoyance:
there’s no point raking over the past and opening old sores
adverb
archaic
extremely; severely:
they were sore afraid
Phrases
sore point
an issue about which someone feels distressed or annoyed and which it is therefore advisable to avoid raising with them.
stand (or stick) out like a sore thumb
be very obviously different from the surrounding people or things:
you stick out like a sore thumb in that ghastly uniform
Derivatives
soreness
noun
Origin:
Old English sār (noun and adjective), sāre (adverb), of Germanic origin; related to Dutch zeer ‘sore’ and German sehr ‘very’. The original sense was ‘causing intense pain, grievous’, whence the adverbial use