Feeling, expressing, or caused by anguish: anguished victims of the earthquake; anguished screams for help. (adjective)
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Use "anguished" in a sentence
"His expression anguished, he rested one hand on her head, the other tightly covering her nape, guiding her head back."
"If we are all ‘artists-as-citizens’, and we go about our days perceiving that unique, vast ‘picture’ of our own description, then we will have always lived as artists, here, in anguished times!"
"Now, each time she calls her anguished daughter " You sweet girl, " your flesh crawls, just as it ' s supposed to."