Thesaurus / agonizing

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Then followed for the less fortunate the long and agonizing march to the seaboard.
OUR FOREIGNERSSAMUEL P. ORTH
With what agonizing suspense they waited could not be described.
If asleep, dreams of agonizing forms and ever-varying hues have thronged my fancy and driven away peace.
JANE TALBOTCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
Two days of agonizing suspense, of alternate hope and despair, had told heavily on Marguerite Blakeney.
THE ELUSIVE PIMPERNELBARONESS EMMUSKA ORCZY
The afternoons when the bull-fighter fought in Seville were agonizing for his family as well as for himself.
THE BLOOD OF THE ARENAVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
He saw her figure diminish and her blue veil grow gray—saw it with the agonizing sensations of a slow death.
She was not herself at ease; an agonizing doubt lest Walter's mind should have given way had taken possession of her.
THE WIZARD'S SON, VOL. 3MARGARET OLIPHANT
I could restrain myself no longer, and hurried away to confide my agonizing sorrows to James's ear.
I cut one out of a man's lip the other day; and not long ago saw a man die from one after months of agonizing pain.
Multiply his agonizing throes several hundred fold and a good idea can be had of the struggle of these hidden monsters.
A SUMMER'S OUTINGCARTER H. HARRISON

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