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agony
used in Interview with the Vampire

10 uses
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Definition
intense feelings of suffering — can be from mental or physical pain
  • I was in a frenzy for a moment, not myself, insisting to him that the man's heart still beat, and I was in an agony to clamp onto him again.
    Part 1 (18% in)
  • But now I was seeing a natural death that was too slow with agony and with consciousness.
    Part 1 (31% in)
  • My agony was unbearable.
    Part 1 (54% in)
  • And then suddenly I remembered two conflicting things and was torn in agony: I remembered the powerful beating of her heart against mine and I hungered for it, hungered for it so badly I tamed my back on her in the bed and would have rushed out of the room had not Lestat held me fast; and I remembered her mother's face and that moment of horror when I'd dropped the child and he'd come into the room.
    Part 1 (57% in)
  • 'She'll be all right,' I assured him, though I was estranged from her and in agony, as if she'd been my bride.
    Part 1 (70% in)
  • I think I put my hands to my head as mortals do when so deeply troubled that they instinctively cover the face, reach for the brain as if they could reach through the skull and massage the living organ out of its agony.
    Part 3 (29% in)
  • I felt my eyes close; I felt my hunger become agony, my heart crying out for a living heart; and then I felt him moving forward, hands out to right my face-that fatal step, that fatal lurch.
    Part 3 (46% in)
  • Tier agony was as my own.
    Part 3 (54% in)
  • Her agony was as my own.
    Part 3 (57% in)
  • But his agony obliterated me.
    Part 4 (39% in)

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