Hurt and Relief

Hurt

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Hurt noun – A state of great suffering of body or mind.
Usage example: in her hurt she said a lot of things to her boyfriend that she didn't really mean

Relief is an antonym for hurt in injury topic.
Nearby Words: hurtful, hurting
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Relief

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Relief noun – A feeling of ease from grief or trouble.
Hurt is an antonym for relief in remedy topic.
Nearby Words: relieve, relieving
Antonyms for Relief
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How words are described

sweet sweet hurt sweet relief
emotional emotional hurt emotional relief
good good hurt good relief
friendly friendly hurt friendly relief
Other adjectives: hard, massive, serious, weak, little, cute, frequent.

Both words in one sentence

  • Western Animation / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012) In the episode "New Girl In Town", he panics when Mikey gets hurt in battle and shows obvious relief when he finally comes to.
  • Comic Book / Grant Morrison's Batman Also, Bat-Mite (even though he's more creepy than comic relief in this depiction) leaves Batman before he enters Arkham for the big confrontation with Dr. Hurt.
  • Literature / Star Trek: Destiny Earn Your Happy Ending: While far from completely happy (see Pyrrhic Victory) there is nonetheless a great sense of relief knowing that the war is over, and the Borg will never be able to hurt anyone again.
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