1) In pain from a previous injury. When sore, there is still some pain, but it is gradually decreasing.
2) An injury that is healing slowly.
3) Upset about an incident that took place some time ago.
1) I'm sore from that basketball game; I think I need to condition myself better.
2) That sore on your leg is still there, eh?
3) Lonnie's pretty sore about the fact that Mitch broke his bike.
Nolan: He must of walked out the back door after murdering her,thereby explaining the lack of footbrints in the snowy front yard.
To break a promise in a way that harms the person with whom the deal was originally struck. To double-cross is to back-stab
and to two-time
Also, double-crossing can be merely 'ratting' someone out.
Vic was double-crossed by his friend Alan, who informed Nelson Fingers of the upcoming deal.
Abbreviation of 'also known as'. Utilized when using an alternate name for someone/thing.
Tom: Bert (A.K.A. Tamale) received his third detention this year today.
Izzy: Who knew that wearing bowling shoes in class was against the rules
Disgusting, repulsive, offensive. Often used when referring to odors.
Oh, by the way, the putrid smell you caught a whiff of was my brother cooking. You know, because he can't cook.
A man who runs for U.S. President each election year as a third-party candidate.
Nader figures that since he runs every year, he's going to have to win sometime.
Like 'The Creeps', The Willies is a feeling that one gets when he/she gets especially nervous. The Willies is not caused by actual fear, but the thought that something scary could happen in the near future. Too, unsettling actions/individuals can bring about The Willies.
Rick: See that guy over there in the gray fedora? He's starting to give me The Willies.
Gene: Yeah, I see where you're coming from. Throughout the show, a few other friends came up to me to express how creepy he is.