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agony
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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • Anger was still too hot in her heart for that and it sustained her amid all her agony of humiliation.
  • Into the kitchen she dashed and flung herself face downward on the sofa in an agony.
  • All this might be quite true, and indeed, proved to be so, but it did not materially help Anne in the first agony of homesickness that seized upon her.
  • Marilla’s impassioned grief, breaking all the bounds of natural reserve and lifelong habit in its stormy rush, she could comprehend better than Anne’s tearless agony.
  • "Only don’t say I didn’t warn you if he burns Green Gables down or puts strychnine in the well—I heard of a case over in New Brunswick where an orphan asylum child did that and the whole family died in fearful agonies.

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

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