Related formsnon·an·guished, adjectiveun·an·guished, adjective
Definition for anguished (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of anguish
Examples from the Web for anguished
Whether it continues is now the subject of anguished debate among officials in Washington and European.
There are slideshows, graphics, interactive maps, heartbreaking narratives, anguished family members.
“If You Had My Love” was silky-smooth with just the right amount of anguished yearning.Jennifer Lopez’s ‘A.K.A.’ Is Terrible. What Happened to Her Music?|Kevin Fallon|June 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The kind that involve zero anguished relatives screaming into the uncaring airport terminal void.Lesser Mysteries for Those With Breaking News Fatigue|Kelly Williams Brown|March 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
After a great deal of anguished consideration, and at great personal risk, I have decided to come forward and reveal my secret.
We moralised generally, after the way of humans, who desire to postpone a moment of anguished speech.The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne|William J. Locke
A bewilderment possessed them, an aching too anguished not to be dumb.The Messenger|Elizabeth Robins
He saw Aurora and Clotilde Nancanou, with anguished faces, offering woman's pleadings to deaf constables.The Grandissimes|George Washington Cable
For the anguished screaming had recommenced, and the child wanted his mother.The Heart of Rachael|Kathleen Norris
Before he could turn to look at her anguished face the house shook, and an atmospheric tremor seemed to pass over the town.The Heart of Canyon Pass|Thomas K. Holmes