from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Feeling, expressing, or caused by anguish: anguished victims of the earthquake; anguished screams for help.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of anguish.
- adj. Experiencing extreme discomfort or discontent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. suffering anguish; experiencing extreme pain, distress, or anxiety.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Affected by anguish; expressing or caused by anguish.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. experiencing intense pain especially mental pain
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His expression anguished, he rested one hand on her head, the other tightly covering her nape, guiding her head back.
If we are all ‘artists-as-citizens’, and we go about our days perceiving that unique, vast ‘picture’ of our own description, then we will have always lived as artists, here, in anguished times!
Now, each time she calls her anguished daughter " You sweet girl, " your flesh crawls, just as it ' s supposed to.
As Paul says, all creation groans in anguished anticipation of the day when God's glory will transfigure all things.
The king’s tracer tossed and turned, his expression anguished.
"sing on," rather than "making any moan," whether in anguished pain or in sexual ecstasy?
Here’s what Matt wrote after Rabbi Yoffie of the URJ wrote an op-ed in anguished support of the Gaza war. very troubling how frequently rabbis in the United States decide that adhering to a strong form of Israeli nationalist politics is or ought to be constitutive of being Jewish
You look almost anguished, which is exactly right.
It follows the recent release of a book, "State of Denial," by journalist Bob Woodward, that says the 82-year-old former president was "anguished" over how the Iraq war has played out, although he has dismissed that account.
KING: Brent Scowcroft is quoted in the Woodward book, in "State of Denial" as describing you -- this is now Brent describing you as "anguished" and "tormented" by the Iraq war and its aftermath.