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anguish
used in Atlas Shrugged

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extreme pain, suffering, or distress (of body or mind)
  • The buildings seemed worn by weeks of summer heat, but the people seemed worn by centuries of anguish.
    3.3 Part 3 Chapter 3 — Anti-Greed (34% in)
  • The things he said about his suffering were lies, she thought; but the suffering was real; he was a man torn by some continual anguish, which he seemed unable to tell her, but which, perhaps, she could learn to understand.
    3.4 Part 3 Chapter 4 — Anti-Life (42% in)
  • He felt nothing, neither anguish nor elation.
    3.6 Part 3 Chapter 6 — The Concerto of Deliverance (67% in)

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