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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."