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anguish
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

4 uses
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Definition
extreme pain, suffering, or distress (of body or mind)
  • The anguish in her voice was audible.
    p. 369.6
  • Their eyes met, and the anguish in his made her own fill with tears.
    p. 38.7
  • But he remembered what had been said, outside but within his mother's hearing, by the anguished father who had lost his son: Why my child?
    p. 265.2
  • "I can't go back," she said, both anguish and anger woven in her voice.
    p. 271.0

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