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anguish
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
extreme pain, suffering, or distress (of body or mind)
  • She, who had seen her week after week so constantly suffering, oppressed by anguish of heart which she had neither courage to speak of, nor fortitude to conceal, now saw with a joy, which no other could equally share, an apparent composure of mind, which, in being the result as she trusted of serious reflection, must eventually lead her to contentment and cheerfulness.
    Chapter 46 (23% in)
  • This, as every thing else would have been, was too much for Marianne, who could only exclaim, in the anguish of her heart, "Oh!
    Chapter 29 (48% in)

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