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Yes, you can use the adjective "sore" with other parts of the body.
–adjective 1. physically painful or sensitive, as a wound, hurt, or diseased part: a sore arm.
2. suffering bodily pain from wounds, bruises, etc., as a person: He is sore because of all that exercise.
3. suffering mental pain; grieved, distressed, or sorrowful: to be sore at heart.
4. causing great mental pain, distress, or sorrow: a sore bereavement.
5. causing very great suffering, misery, hardship, etc.: sore need.
6. Informal. annoyed; irritated; offended; angered: He was sore because he had to wait.
7. causing annoyance or irritation: a sore subject.
–noun 8. a sore spot or place on the body.
9. a source or cause of grief, distress, irritation, etc.
10.painful to touch; tender
Feeling physical pain; hurting: sore all over.
Causing misery, sorrow, or distress; grievous: in sore need.
Causing embarrassment or irritation: a sore subject.
Full of distress; sorrowful.
An open skin lesion, wound, or ulcer.
A source of pain, distress, or irritation.
Example: My leg is very sore; I have a sore leg.
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