Torn, she agonized over how much longer she would live before she, too, fell into madness.
She let out a long agonized sigh.
She agonized over what it would be like to meet him again.
The two women moved out of sight and sound and Dean agonized through the lengthy, halting conversation before rejoining them.
She had agonized over that decision before they were married.
She agonized telling her family about her impending pregnancy and even considered termination.
He doubted, and agonized in his doubt; but as the sun set, the religious side of his nature had won the victory, and seems to have come out even purified from the struggle.
"Put me down," she managed on the end of an agonized moan.
agonized cry, " Blot me.
agonized every conscious moment of His incarnation over the reality of the cross.
agonized over two conflicting desires.
The Victorians had a constant, often agonized awareness of their responsibility for creating the future, and also unparalleled access to the past.
rending metal, which echoed around the hanger, giving agonized voice to those faces.
worsted manufacturer from Bradford, who agonized over the need to employ children in his factory.
His fundamental religious conception was his own hard-found answer to his own agonized question as to the nature and assurance of salvation.
It was accompanied by a tortured screech of rending metal, which echoed around the hanger, giving agonized voice to those faces.
In 1830 Oastler met John Wood, a worsted manufacturer from Bradford, who agonized over the need to employ children in his factory.
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