Examples of anguished in a Sentence
the military's explanation of the accident did nothing to console the anguished widow
Recent Examples of anguished from the Web
Trump has traded the anguished Hamlet Comey for the adamantine Marine Robert Mueller, the Justice Department ramrod who remade the FBI after 9/11.
Maybe that’s the feeling of brain cells dying a painful, anguished death.
Her breezy shamelessness, and the more anguished shamelessness of her fellow Trump surrogates, shouldn’t fool anyone.
Knowing that his 22-year-old son, a University of Virginia undergraduate, is back on American soil after being inexplicably detained in January 2016 is a relief to the anguished family, Fred Warmbier said.
After his untimely death, his widow arrives at his English estate, where Philip, his only heir, is now man of the house, and highly suspicious of his new relative, thanks to a series of anguished notes from a dying Ambrose.
This anguished mercy killing haunts every beat of the movie.
The result, last fall's anguished Skeleton Tree, is a difficult album to sit through.
Gregg Allman’s vocals, by turns squalling and brooding, took their cue from the anguished emoting of down-home blues singers like Elmore James, as well as from more sophisticated ones like Bobby Bland.
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Definition of anguished for Students
: expressing physical or emotional pain an anguished cry
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