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Synonyms for agonized

Synonyms for agonized

expressing pain or agony


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He hated to give up the kingship, though, so again he struggled to free himself; but a sudden torturing pressure upon his vertebra brought an agonized "ka-goda!" from his lips.
Then arose voices of lamentation, which groaned without measure, and filled with regrets and prayers the chamber where the agonized father sought with his eyes the portrait of his son.
They will try to starve me out, but--" he was going on with an obstinate resolve, but he was getting near home, and the thought of Rosamond urged itself again into that chief place from which it had been thrust by the agonized struggles of wounded honor and pride.
They included The AM Show news anchor Amanda Gillies, who said she agonized over whether to cover her hair with a peach-coloured scarf.
In the piece, the talented and handsome 36-year-old agonized about his life as a bisexual, discussing his male lover-mentor at New York University, the woman he married (and from who he had separated), his mothers critical nature, and his new boyfriend.
strategists agonized over the possibility that Southeast Asian nations would succumb to the subtle charms of global communism, either at the ballot box or the business end of an AK-47.
Some were terrified, raped, pillaged, starved, agonized by the loss of family, and driven to madness.
But Nancy Spero has no compunction about agonized honesty, and her command of compositional and emotional synergies now appears quite effortless.