Third-person singular simple present indicative form of anguish.(verb)
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Use "anguishes" in a sentence
"I knew, as never before, nor since, the thousand dear and delightful anguishes of love frustrated but ever resilient and beckoned on by the very goddess of love."
"The "failing" school anguishes in the face of the inevitable as the shiny new school on the floor below enjoys its freshly painted walls, new furniture and cutting-edge equipment."
"The apostle Paul has a great passage in the book of Romans, chapter 7 I believe, where he anguishes over the fact that the good that he knows and wants to do he finds difficult to accomplish because of his flesh (in neuroscience, brain)."