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Definition of "anguishing" []

  • Present participle of anguish. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "anguishing" in a sentence
  • "By his own admission, it was an "anguishing" week for Pat Buchanan."
  • "At the end of this week's hearings before the Judiciary Committee, he said he was "anguishing" over the decision."
  • "The anguishing power of these scenes—even stronger now than in the shell-shock of the days just following the attack—comes not only from the sight of those silent, distant figures, arms flailing, jumping from a window 101 floors high, but from the people below who watch, weeping and screaming."
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