anguish

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈæŋgwɪʃ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈæŋgwɪʃ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(anggwish)


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anguish

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. Her anguish is [real, extreme, never ending].
  2. his anguish is evident [from, in]
  3. is in [extreme, never-ending] anguish
  4. am sorry for causing you anguish
  5. am sorry if I caused you any anguish
  6. am sorry for any anguish I caused you
  7. didn't [mean, intend] to cause you anguish
  8. is in anguish after the loss of her [mother]
  9. [her life, every day] is full of anguish
  10. her anguish is [brought on, caused] by
  11. anguish and [pain, suffering, despair, frustration, anger]
  12. has been in anguish for [years]
  13. the anguish he [felt, experienced, suffered] was
  14. is living in (constant) anguish
  15. is in [physical, emotional] anguish (from)
  16. was [writhing, rolling around] in anguish
  17. gave a [cry, roar, yell] of anguish
  18. fell to the [floor, ground] in anguish
  19. is too much anguish for [anyone, any one person, any soul]
  20. What is causing you so much anguish?
  21. [a look, an expression] of (genuine) anguish
  22. the anguish of [loss, grief, sorrow, rejection]
v
  1. anguish over a [mistake, loss, defeat]
  2. anguish because of a [mistake]
  3. it anguished her to [think, imagine, see]
  4. anguish at the hands of [their rivals, his enemies, the opponents]
'anguish' also found in these entries:
bellow - cry - die - wail
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