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anguish
used in A Man Named Dave

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Definition
extreme pain, suffering, or distress (of body or mind)
  • Like Mother, the center of attention had shifted to Grandmother and her anguish.
    p. 124.9
  • You did nothing to help, but everything you could do to make him feel unworthy and isolated," I fired back, venting my anguish over Father's treatment.
    p. 112.9
  • Yet the child within me felt a tremendous urge to wrap my mother in my arms and absorb every ounce of her anguish.
    p. 250.3
  • And I feel secure with that premise, as well as knowing I will not cause anyone else anguish.
    p. 316.7

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