Thesaurus / anguish


Early that Sunday morning, as Americans across the country prepared excitedly to return to houses of worship, Butler, a churchgoer himself, poured his anguish and anger into an email to a few colleagues.INSIDE THE FALL OF THE CDCBY JAMES BANDLER, PATRICIA CALLAHAN, SEBASTIAN ROTELLA AND KIRSTEN BERGOCTOBER 15, 2020PROPUBLICA
So Joe knows the anguish of sitting at a table with an empty chair, which is why he gives his time so freely to grieving parents.‘HE IS CLEARLY IN OVER HIS HEAD’: READ MICHELLE OBAMA’S FULL SPEECH DENOUNCING DONALD TRUMPKDUNN6AUGUST 18, 2020FORTUNE
A new report attempts to clarify that distinction, perhaps helping to ease the anguish of family members with a loved one whose brain has died but whose heart still beats.NEW GUIDANCE ON BRAIN DEATH COULD EASE DEBATE OVER WHEN LIFE ENDSLAURA SANDERSAUGUST 10, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
She suddenly sank back upon the pillow and gave up to bitter anguish, when she recalled what had followed.THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
Oddly enough, in that moment of anguish he thought of Hodson, the man who rode alone from Kurnaul to Meerut.THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
The eyes of the Marchioness and her daughter met with an anguish of commiseration in each, neither of them could utter.THE PASTOR'S FIRE-SIDE VOL. 3 OF 4JANE PORTER
Her own wild imaginings made death seem preferable to the anguish of her belief that Frank had fallen.THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
We have heard the fame thereof, our hands grow feeble: anguish hath taken hold of us, as a woman in labour.THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSIONVARIOUS
In Miss Ashton's case there was a feature some are spared—her love had been known—and it increased the anguish tenfold.ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD


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