Thesaurus / excruciating

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What does it not pay of excruciating suspense, of hateful, laborious forebearance and unnatural self-denial?
When the subject is caused to walk, symptoms of excruciating pain are manifested in all acute cases of laminitis.
LAMENESS OF THE HORSEJOHN VICTOR LACROIX
The blood gushed out before he had finished, the pain was excruciating, but he showed no sign of flinching.
Here the excruciating anguish of the father, overcame that of the dying man.
A SIMPLE STORYMRS. INCHBALD
"Then we'll push on at once," she gasped, as if speech itself were an excruciating effort.
MISTRESS WILDINGRAFAEL SABATINI
Before now critics have sat out a boisterous farce when suffering from an excruciating tooth-ache.
OUR STAGE AND ITS CRITICS"E.F.S." OF "THE WESTMINSTER GAZETTE"
Rest and respite from excruciating effort were to be had for the taking—why had he withstood them so long?
THE STOLEN SINGERMARTHA IDELL FLETCHER BELLINGER
The griping pains that accompany the "Caisson Disease" are excruciating.
INVENTIONS OF THE GREAT WARA. RUSSELL (ALEXANDER RUSSELL) BOND
Something was wrong in his chest, and the pain of it was excruciating.
THE ONE-WAY TRAILRIDGWELL CULLUM
No wonder it drove her almost mad—that excruciating pang of love.

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