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anguish
used in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

6 uses
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Definition
extreme pain, suffering, or distress (of body or mind)
  • The pain had become intense, and my friend was startled by my look of anguish.
    18 — Months Of Peril (7% in)
  • She wrung her hands in anguish, and exclaimed, "Gone!
    3 — The Slaves' New Year's Day (85% in)
  • He has spared me the anguish of feeling that I caused her death.
    23 — Still In Prison (99% in)
  • There I had taken shelter when my mistress drove me from her house; there came my old tyrant, to mock, insult, and curse me; there my children were first laid in my arms; there I had watched over them, each day with a deeper and sadder love; there I had knelt to God, in anguish of heart, to forgive the wrong I had done.
    27 — New Destination For The Children (42% in)
  • I had lived too long in bodily pain and anguish of spirit.
    29 — Preparations For Escape (23% in)
  • Every where, in those humble homes, there was consternation and anguish.
    40 — The Fugitive Slave Law (25% in)

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