English version

dart of guilt/panic/pain etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdart of guilt/panic/pain etcdart of guilt/panic/pain etca very sudden, sharp feeling It sent a dart of terror through her. dart
Examples from the Corpus
dart of guilt/panic/pain etcShe held her breath on another quick dart of guilt.The words echoed unspoken in her brain, sending tiny darts of pain through her veins.
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