pang noun

ADJ. sharp | little | passing a passing pang of regret | sudden, unexpected | hunger | birth (figurative) the birth pangs of the new technology

VERB + PANG experience, feel, suffer He experienced a sudden pang of conscience. | cause, give sb The photograph gave her a pang of homesickness.

PANG + VERB shoot through sb A sharp pang of guilt shot through him.

PREP. with a ~ With a pang she recalled the last time she had seen him. | ~ of She felt a little pang of jealousy.