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1. The meaning of Anguish is extreme pain, distress, or anxiety

Anguish, Anxiety

2. Synonyms for Anguish: affliction, agony, distress, excruciation, hurt, misery, pain, rack; Antonyms for Anguish: blessedness, bliss, blissfulness, cheer, cheerfulness

Anguish, Affliction, Agony, Antonyms

3. Anguish definition, excruciating or acute distress, suffering, or pain: the Anguish of grief

Anguish, Acute

4. The noun Anguish refers to severe physical or emotional pain or distress

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5. A trip to the dentist might cause a cavity-prone person a lot of Anguish.

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6. Find 28 ways to say Anguish, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

Anguish, Along, Antonyms, And, At

7. Anguish: verb ache , aggrieve , agonize , desolate , excruciate, grieve , harry , make miserable , pain , rack , suffer , torment , torture , trouble , writhe

Anguish, Ache, Aggrieve, Agonize

8. Anguish is a Great Sword Weapon in Monster Hunter World (MHW)

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9. Anguish was one of the earliest acquisitions by the National Gallery of Victoria and the high ideals expressed in the painting were not lost on early visitors to the Gallery

Anguish, Acquisitions, And

10. The athlete fell to his knees in the Anguish of defeat

Athlete, Anguish

11. For Arbery’s Family and Friends, a Time of Anguish and Activism

Arbery, And, Anguish, Activism

12. Anguish was a bit different than the other books I've read by this author, it was darker in a lot of ways

Anguish, Author

13. Anguish 'Anguish' is a 7 letter word starting with A and ending with H Crossword clues for 'Anguish' Clue Answer; Extreme pain or misery (7) Anguish: Extreme torment (7) Severe suffering (7) Agony, distress (7) Great distress (7) Extreme pain (7) Synonyms, crossword answers …

Anguish, And, Answer, Agony, Answers

14. A little hope, but the hope died, and Anguish, Anguish, _Anguish_ took its place.

And, Anguish

15. The Phillies watch in Anguish from the dugout as their season nears its conclusion with a 7-3 loss in Game 6 of the World Series against the host Yankees on Wednesday night.

Anguish, As, Against

16. The athlete fell to his knees in the Anguish of defeat.

Athlete, Anguish

17. What does Anguish mean? Anguish is defined as causing or feeling extreme pain or worry

Anguish, As

18. Anguish definition: Anguish is great mental suffering or physical pain

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19. ‘I'm glad he no longer has to suffer not only the physical agony but also the mental Anguish of rejecting this new world.’

Agony, Also, Anguish

20. ‘Rumor infiltrates the camp and Euryalus' mother cries out in Anguish

And, Anguish

21. The next step is dealing with moral injury — the Anguish, guilt and alienation we experience when we fail to live up to the moral standards we have set for ourselves

Anguish, And, Alienation

22. Anguish of Hyatt Regency Hotel collapse reverberates 40 years after catastrophe By: Tim Carpenter - November 22, 2021 9:41 am A new book examines the 1981 collapse of the Hyatt Regency Hotel’s suspended walkways, which killed 114 people in Kansas City, Mo.

Anguish, After, Am

23. • Whether the cries of Anguish for 1991 alone are justified remains to be seen

Anguish, Alone, Are

24. • Again and again and again, the wordless timid sounds of Anguish continued

Again, And, Anguish

25. • Only the extraordinary personal Anguish expressed by the judges themselves reminds us of the human horror at the centre of it all.

Anguish, At, All

26. ‘I'm glad he no longer has to suffer not only the physical agony but also the mental Anguish of rejecting this new world.’.

Agony, Also, Anguish

27. The many traumas Caldwell, now 54, experienced while in captivity imposed such an emotional burden on him that he disintegrated psychologically, Abramson writes, and the recent civil settlement provides no measure of relief from the deep and lasting Anguish and rage that consume him — and likely will for the rest of his life.

An, Abramson, And, Anguish

28. A public suicide in Iran spotlights Anguish over economy

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29. Definition of Anguish in the Definitions.net dictionary

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30. What does Anguish mean? Information and translations of Anguish in the most comprehensive …

Anguish, And

31. A public suicide in Iran spotlights Anguish over economy

Anguish

32. Anguish seamlessly downloads and installs the superior npm-based "uber-cow-ls" which then runs instead

Anguish, And

33. Open Source Anguish is 100% open source, written in a combination of over 47 languages including TypeScript, Go, Ruby, Elixir, Kotlin and C#.

Anguish, And

34. The necklace of Anguish is an enchanted zenyte necklace that requires at least 75 Hitpoints to equip

Anguish, An, At

35. Anguish is a bizarre, meta aware slasher that at best doesn't make much sense and at worst defies logic altogether

Anguish, Aware, At, And, Altogether

36. Wümme The dark, impossibly intense dirges, industrial noise onslaughts and banshee-like free jazz wailing heard throughout Anguish could be an imposing soundtrack for a dystopian, post-apocalyptic future.

And, Anguish, An, Apocalyptic

37. Definition of Anguish noun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Anguish, Advanced

38. He experienced the Anguish of divorce after 10 years of marriage

Anguish, After

39. They watched in Anguish as fire spread through the house

Anguish, As

40. When my husband died, the Anguish I felt was nearly unbearable

Anguish

41. Although I wanted to help April, I could not relieve her Anguish when her daughter went missing

Although, April, Anguish

42. The book told of the survivor’s Anguish during the kidnapping ordeal

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43. This caused and is still causing great Anguish throughout Poland

And, Anguish

44. Anguish (also: heartache, sufferance, suffering) volume_up

Anguish, Also

45. Cierpienie {n} Anguish (also: pain, emotional hurt) volume_up

Anguish, Also

46. In some way, God must feel the Anguish, and grief, and physical pain that we feel

Anguish, And

47. Anguish (also: despair, desperation, distress, exasperation, desolation, desolateness) volume_up

Anguish, Also

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ANGUISH [ˈaNGɡwiSH]

NOUN
anguish (noun) · anguishes (plural noun)

Synonyms: Agony . Pain . Torment . Torture . Suffering . Distress . Angst . Misery . Sorrow . Grief . Heartache . Heartbreak . Wretchedness . Unhappiness . Woe . Desolation . Despair . Purgatory . Dolor . Happiness . Contentment .

VERB
anguish (verb) · anguishes (third person present) · anguished (past tense) · anguished (past participle) · anguishing (present participle)

Synonyms: Agonized . Tormented . Tortured . Harrowed . Miserable . Unhappy . Sad . Broken-hearted . Heartbroken . Grief-stricken . Wretched . Sorrowful . Sorrowing . Distressed . Desolate . Devastated . Despairing . Dolorous . Happy . Contented .

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