anguish[ ang-gwish ]SEE DEFINITION OF anguish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANGUISH
We learn nothing, we take no forward step, except as we are whipped to it by anguish.
There was anguish in the cry torn from the girl's throat in the sudden access of despair.
Twice she cried in anguish to Allis that she must go in; must see her husband.
Her anguish was redoubled by this mysterious and inexplicable struggle within her.
His loss had the bitterness of defeat, with the anguish of a baffled passion.
The anguish of that question thrilled the heart of the listener.
Let me spare you, at least, the pain your generous nature must feel in my anguish.
As she smiled and listened, Evelyn dreamed not of the anguish she inflicted.
But such an alleviation of my anguish is forbidden to my reason.
The parson was acutely moved for the anguish he had not probed.