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Definition of "agonised" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of agonise. (verb)

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Use "agonised" in a sentence
  • "Unfortunately, moments before, a couple of girls had decided in agonised tones ( "There's people over there" - "Shell, I have to") that they would have to join us."
  • "John Letford may well have been having "serious problems" within the Labour group for a number of years and he may well have "agonised" over this decision but the man was elected on a Labour ticket and consequently he has a duty to his constituents to serve them under the Labour banner."
  • "Rather than being a speech over which Sir C "agonised", "tossed and turned" etc this was WRITTEN BY HIS PAYMASTERS Turner and Newall who have sent thousands to early graves with their blue and brown poisons ... with Sir Smith's blessing."
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