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  • His rubbery cheeks shook with gusts of anguish.
  • Kid Sampson shot back in anguish, wailing excitedly.
  • ’Giuseppe,’ the mother said again, in a soft, broken chord of muted anguish.
  • ’I don’t know,’ the chaplain wailed softly in a quavering voice, squinting with grotesque contortions of anguish and incomprehension.
  • ’I can’t watch it,’ he cried, turning away in anguish.
  • He oscillated hourly between anguish and exhilaration, multiplying fantastically the grandeur of his victories and exaggerating tragically the seriousness of his defeats.
  • McWatt was too busy responding at the controls to Yossarian’s strident instructions as Yossarian slipped the plane in on the bomb run and then whipped them all away violently around the ravenous pillars of exploding shells with curt, shrill, obscene commands to McWatt that were much like the anguished, entreating nightmare yelpings of Hungry Joe in the dark.
  • ’Oh, I don’t know,’ the chaplain groaned, kneading his fingers in his lap and shaking his bowed and anguished head.
  • ’But you do have a deal with him, don’t you?’ he asked in anguished puzzlement.
  • Yossarian shouted anxiously at Doc Daneeka as he ran up, breathless and limp, his somber eyes burning with a misty, hectic anguish.
  • This time there was no mistaking her anguish.
  • ’What are you talking about?’ he shouted with dread, stunned by the haggard, sparking anguish in Dunbar’s eyes and by his crazed look of wild shock and horror.

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  • I felt unbearable anguish when my 4-year-old child died from brain cancer.
  • Her guilt led to anguish until she committed her life to good.

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