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  • Mr. Wopsle died amiably at Camberwell, and exceedingly game on Bosworth Field, and in the greatest agonies at Glastonbury.
  • All these things I saw without then knowing that I saw them, for I was in an agony of apprehension.
  • I dropped my face into my hands, but was able to control myself better than I could have expected, considering what agony it gave me to hear her say those words.
  • Every hour so increased my abhorrence of him, that I even think I might have yielded to this impulse in the first agonies of being so haunted, notwithstanding all he had done for me and the risk he ran, but for the knowledge that Herbert must soon come back.
  • Estella’s father would believe I had deserted him, would be taken, would die accusing me; even Herbert would doubt me, when he compared the letter I had left for him with the fact that I had called at Miss Havisham’s gate for only a moment; Joe and Biddy would never know how sorry I had been that night, none would ever know what I had suffered, how true I had meant to be, what an agony I had passed through.

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  • She was in agony from a toothache.
  • She cried out in agony.

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