That level of agony was something she never wanted to go through again.
She screamed again in agony as pain seared through her shoulder.
The agony was gone, replaced by sudden strength and energy.
Out of the agony, however, a new China was born.
She recalled the scent of her blood, what hot agony felt like as an otherworldly creature tore her apart.
I'd rather have a year of agony with Harry than a lifetime of never having met him.
Her world was one of agony and blurred colors.
After summers of waiting and years of agony underground, he had his tool to use against Memon.
The structure which the princes had so laboriously built up crumbled into ruins, and the mistakes of centuries were expiated in an agony of disaster and humiliation.
The first is chiefly used of the sufferings of Jesus Christ, extending from the time of the agony in the garden until his death on the cross.
Agony tore through him as will combated magic, and he seized on the ground, helpless.
She had gone home to sulk causing, in her mind, Fred to suffer hours of grief and agony from her selfish inaction.
She rose and flinched, expecting agony as she moved her arm.
At length, worn out by this long agony, he suffered the fatal words to escape him, "Let him go if he will."
Had he screamed in agony, that scream would not have struck such horror into Princess Mary's heart as the tone of his voice.
Think that he is your father... perhaps in the agony of death.
Say anything to anyone else, and you'll spend eternity in the greatest agony I can create.
His body contorted, and agony floated through him as the sixty seconds of being whatever he'd been was up and he changed again.
Sirian staggered through the forest, agony tearing through him as he tripped and landed hard.
If Eden succeeded, Xander died, a fact he didn't learn for many years after she left him writhing in agony on the roof of a tavern.
Again, besides narrating the Temptation in the Wilderness and the Agony in the Garden, this evangelist gives a saying which implies that Jesus had undergone many temptations, or rather a life of temptation (xxii.
In the agony of the Omayyad dynasty in Spain, two princes of the house were proclaimed caliphs for a very short time, Abd-ar-rahman IV.
Would she ever be able to watch a normal family scene without feeling the agony of her loss?
The agony she saw in his eyes made her stomach roll.
Something about the 'thrill of victory not worth the agony of da-feet.'
Part of her wanted to reach out to him in his agony, and part of her wanted to make a matching imprint on the other side of his face.
He was, however, a prey to the most terrible pains of body and agony of mind.
Suffocating in an atmosphere of cruelty and baseness, Chenier's agony found expression almost to the last in these murderous Iambes which he launched against the Convention.
[xvi.], agrees with Sophocles' Trachiniae as to the hero's end.) Mad with pain, he seizes Lichas, the messenger who had brought the fatal garment, and hurls him on the rocks; and then he wanders in agony to Mount Oeta, where he mounts a pyre, which, however, no one will kindle.
He tore into her neck, and agony seared straight through her.
To Troy; and there he suffered ten years' agony from his wounded foot, until Ulysses and Neoptolemus induced him to accompany them to Troy.
The latter was so well designed, so naturally and beautifully coloured, and so strongly expressive of suffering and agony, that it was found necessary to remove it from the place where it had been exhibited in the chapel of a convent.
Though he lived through that agony of the Italian people, he does not seem to be aware that he is writing a great historical tragedy.
A snake which she had fashioned for the purpose stung the god, who sent for her as a last resort in his unendurable agony; whereupon she represented to him that nothing but his own mysterious name could overcome the venom of the snake.
In 1813 King Frederick William, after an agony of hesitation, was forced by I War of the patriotic initiative of General Yorck, who concluded, L,ibera~ with the Russians the convention of Tauroggen on his own responsibility, and by the pressure of public opinion supported by Queen Louise and by Hardenberg, to enter into an alliance with Russia.
He recalled agony, and the darkness of his thoughts amplified the pain of the new magic in his blood.
He bore the acute agony of the disease which killed him with manly patience, and he died piously at the Escorial on the 13th of September 1598.
By these means the benches of the galleys were filled, and Colbert took no thought of the long unrelieved agony borne by those who filled them.
Robespierre, whose jaw had been shattered by a pistol shot, was left in agony for the night.