The word was a singular impression of anguish and surprise.
Then, these near silent sobs would have turned to shrieks of anguish while I made the young beauty my own.
A look of anguish crossed Jonny's face.
She regretted alluding to it the moment the raw look of anguish crossed his face.
The physical pain penetrated his mental anguish, and he lowered his weapons.
Allowing himself to meet her eyes, he found his anguish reflected back.
Jackson could feel Elisabeth's anguish, and tried unsuccessfully to hide his own.
He gazed up at her, smiled through the anguish his eyes betrayed and stood.
Notwithstanding the anguish that must have filled his heart, the fallen man preserved his dignity and calm.
The scene in the garden is without the agony of Gethsemane; a faint echo of this historic anguish appears in the scene with the Greeks four days earlier, and even that peaceful appeal to, and answer of, the Father occurs only for His followers' sakes.
It was in crises of national anguish that men turned most eagerly to the prophecies, and sought to construe their teachings as a promise of speedy deliverance (see Apocalyptic Literature).
Mary took leave of her first and last master with passionate anguish and many parting kisses; but in face of his enemies, and in hearing of the cries which burst from the ranks, demanding her death by fire as a murderess and harlot, the whole heroic and passionate spirit of the woman, represented by her admirers as a spiritless imbecile, flamed out in responsive threats to have all the men hanged and crucified, in whose power she now stood helpless and alone.
Terrible anguish struck her heart, she felt a dreadful ache as if something was being torn inside her and she were dying.