He had kept but one idea before him all day, and for that he had worked in an agony of anxiety and a fever of suspense.
Well, because of that moment of bitter suffering, perhaps the Saviour will pardon her other faults, for one cannot imagine a greater agony.
This marvellous beauty they strive to preserve even in His moments of deepest agony and passion.
The face was depicted as though still suffering; as though the body, only just dead, was still almost quivering with agony.
The sight of the portrait face alone had filled his heart full of the agony of real sympathy; and this feeling of sympathy, nay, of actual SUFFERING, for her, had never left his heart since that hour, and was still in full force.
All those faithful people who were gazing at the cross and its mutilated occupant must have suffered agony of mind that evening; for they must have felt that all their hopes and almost all their faith had been shattered at a blow.
He has not had a drop for three days; he must be suffering agonies—The general now entered the room, threw the door wide open, and stood on the threshold trembling with indignation.
Oh! never would he banish the recollection of this meeting with her, and he never remembered it but with the same pain and agony of mind.