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anguish
used in The Screwtape Letters

2 uses
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Definition
extreme pain, suffering, or distress (of body or mind)
  • For the first time in your career you have tasted that wine which is the reward of all our labours—the anguish and bewilderment of a human soul—and it has gone to your head.
    Chapter 5 (12% in)
  • In his anguish, the patient can, of course, be encouraged to revenge himself by some vindictive feelings directed towards the German leaders, and that is good so far as it goes.
    Chapter 6 (57% in)

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