Discomfort [noun]

Definition of Discomfort:

irritation, pain

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Sentence/Example of Discomfort:

Keep those toes warmYour extremities might be the most important parts of your body to care for and pay attention to as you seek to prevent discomfort and cold injuries such as frostbite.

While Hart’s research shows that people generally overestimate the discomfort level, plainly there are limits.

Unfortunately, there’s no way to prevent this, but getting the shot in your non-dominant arm can mean less discomfort the following day, which you can then treat with a warm compress.

Aside from the obvious discomfort when wearing cold, wet clothing, it is actually dangerous.

Get some backupIn the gaming community, some see gaming sickness as a weakness, but there’s absolutely no shame in getting some help if it means reducing discomfort and playing for a little while longer.

They were inappropriate and it was because of my failings that this discomfort was brought on you.

People still do this, but I believe that many of us now realize that temporary discomfort is easier to manage than the burden of carrying a long-term family secret.

According to Buchanan, the more experience you have with tolerating discomfort, the better equipped you’ll be to handle the inevitable challenges on the trail.

VR sickness is caused by initial discomfort and lack of experience with the hardware, much like trying anything new, some users build a stomach for it over time.

All I can do is keep moving and lifting my feet, learning to accept the discomfort.