anguished[ ang-gwisht ]SEE DEFINITION OF anguished
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANGUISHED
He looked kind of mottled and anguished, but I guess he'll pull around all right.
She lifted her anguished eyes and looked into his beautiful face.
Often they may live peaceably, anguished with doubt, and distressed for humanity.
In the end, shocks like these gradually roused him from his anguished abstraction.
She crouched on her cot of spruce boughs in anguished misery.
"But—but I have nothing fit to wear, mamma," she said, in anguished tones.
Some guilty misgivings had been mingling with her anguished tears.
Had he been the unseen witness of the tears and groans of his anguished sisters?
The tenor rose to his feet with the howl of an anguished hyena.
Impossible to describe their thoughts, or depict their looks, in that anguished hour.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ANGUISHED
- all nerves
- ill at ease
- in turmoil
- on edge
- on the qui vive