agonizing[ ag-uh-nahy-zing ]SEE DEFINITION OF agonizing
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Take a very common instance of this agonizing incompatibility.
The thirst of the snow fields is most agonizing, and can only be likened to the thirst of the desert.
But where was the mother during these fearful and agonizing moments!
Nan, agonizing in her suspense, cried out she must join him and go with him if he went.
The struggle was fearful and agonizing, but the victory triumphant.
The sound of the wailing voices in song came to her on the breeze, agonizing in its beauty.
Fighting his own agonizing weakness, he pulled himself upright.
He was seeing, seeing, seeing, and what he saw was agonizing.
He could not sleep, and seemed to pass the whole night in agonizing prayer.
And so, in agonizing resignation, she set herself the task of waiting—for what?
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