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anguishes, plural;
  1. Be extremely distressed about something
    • - he anguished over how to reply
  1. Severe mental or physical pain or suffering
    • - she shut her eyes in anguish
    • - Philip gave a cry of anguish

  1. suffer great pains or distress
  2. extreme mental distress
  3. pain: cause emotional anguish or make miserable; "It pains me to see my children not being taught well in school"
  4. (anguished) experiencing intense pain especially mental pain; "an anguished conscience"; "a small tormented schoolboy"; "a tortured witness to another's humiliation"
  5. Anguish is a term used in philosophy, often as a translation from the German Angst. It is a paramount feature of existentialist philosophy, in which anguish is often understood as the experience of an utterly free being in a world with zero absolutes (existential despair). ...
  6. Anguish (1991) is the debut album by the industrial and synthpop band, And One.
  7. Anguish (Angustia) is a 1987 Spanish produced horror film starring Zelda Rubinstein, Michael Lerner, Talia Paul, Angel Jove and Clara Pastor.
  8. Extreme pain, either of body or mind; excruciating distress; To suffer pain; To cause to suffer pain
  9. (anguished) Experiencing extreme discomfort or discontent
  10. (anguishly) With anguish; anguishedly
  11. (anguished) (adj.): anguish is a feeling of great physical or mental pain. The look on Lennie's face would show the mental pain he feels at the thought of George leaving him.
  12. (from NDE) (Latin angere to tighten, choke) One of the key terms in existential philosophy, anguish (or dread) reveals the character of human life and illuminates the nature of the world. In Kierkegaard’s conception, dread (Angest) is not fear, caused by some external threat. ...
  13. is constrictive distress of slighter force than anger.
  14. [Ang(u)ins, A(n)guisant, Anguisshe, Languis, Hanguin, Lenvis]
  15. Great pain or trouble of body or mind. Agonizing physical or mental pain; torment.
  16. Local, 'of Angus,' N.B. Although most of the instances occur in co. Norfolk, it will be seen that they are of comparatively modern date. They represent an immigration from the north. There can be no doubt about the origin. ...
  17. Severe mental suffering.