agonised


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expressing pain or agony

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As I sat I heard a sound in the courtyard without, the agonised cry of a woman.
I screamed aloud, and scalded, half blinded, agonised, I staggered through the leaping, hiss- ing water towards the shore.
From this the agonised shrieks were rising, growing ever more terrible with each second that passed.
Toby knew not whether to be agonised or glad, to see that Meg had turned a deadly white, and dropped her lover's hand.
When at last he came to a stop, he gave one last agonised yell and then a long, whimpering wail.
Weller disengaged himself from the grasp of the agonised Pickwickian; and, in so doing, administered a considerable impetus to the unhappy Mr.
I know the geography of it as well as of the one I lived in, and, of course, she told me the story of the building of the house, and of my grandfather's agonised watch for the Royal William.