Angst sentence example

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  • There was no sign of her inner angst in her deep brown eyes or on her beautiful features.
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  • Not being able to find a new job is causing me great angst.
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  • Rather than showboating her popularity and talent, Miley Stewart conceals her performance personality in order to lead a normal life, with all the teen angst and problems it presents.
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  • She was laughing all night long, but this was just an attempt to hide her inner angst.
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  • It was surreal humor derived from teenage angst.
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  • The cast of High School Musical returns in this summer sequel to tell another tale of teen angst and antics, but instead of homework they are getting their hands dirty with a little work at Sharpay and Ryan's family's country club.
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  • Declining stock prices were a source of investor angst, leading the company to call an emergency board meeting.
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  • The titular Meredith Grey experiences a great deal of angst in her relationships including lover McDreamy was married, her mother Ellis suffers from Alzheimer's, father Thatcher abandoned her.
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  • My son just turned 13 and now he's filled with adolescent angst.
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  • Some of these proposals have caused much angst among the workforce.
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  • The idea of such a choice is the foundation of existentialist angst.
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  • As you progress with your teen rainbow party planning, be prepared for some angst.
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  • These German AMC's had wrought considerable angst across the Seven Seas whilst they lasted.
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  • Five years later and you get death angst, which stays with you until the end.
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  • I'd also love to make some great European road movie - lots of existential angst, heavy emotions.
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  • Anyway, I can imagine nothing more absurd than the sight of a 53 year old standing publicly bleating songs of adolescent angst.
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  • What do you think now when you look back at Straight Talking, your brilliant study of relationship angst?
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  • Forty Shades of Blue is a textbook Sundance Film Festival favorite - all long lenses, grainy stock and arduously earnest indie angst.
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  • Polly Vernon catches up with the Darkness on tour in Europe - and finds a band with angst in their spandex pants.
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  • This musical piece is peppered with surreal humor derived from teenage angst.
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  • Send this photo on an email postcard There 's always a call for teen angst.
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  • The smiling and waving stops, sour angst ridden faces peer straight ahead from behind tinted windshields.
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  • In addition to the normal angst that troubles the world's youth, many children of divorced families must also deal with increased emotional problems.
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  • The collision of respectable social class mixed with adolescent angst gives the "soft punk" look that emo makeup is becoming famous for.
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  • Music has long been a creative outlet for society's ills, general angst, and sometimes, even a call to arms.
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  • Many individual follow just the style of emo haircuts, without all of the personal angst so often stereotyped with them.
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  • This type of goth is referred to as "Romantic Goth" or even "Vampire Goth", mainly because the constituents of this category prefer depression to angst.
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  • This fact lends itself to highly charged storylines, which focus on teenage angst and typical adolescent awkwardness.
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  • The pretty girl and her peasant lover's passion and angst continue when Matilde and Adolfo try to run away together.
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  • It was difficult working it out at first and believe me, we all had our moments of angst, but, overall, it was doable.
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  • The combination of teen angst, blood lust and forbidden love are perfect for the craziness of high school passion.
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  • The gothic setting of a southern town mingling with the teen angst and supernatural beings make for a truly unique soap opera that has fans of all ages tuning in.
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  • The quirky mix of adult drama and teenage angst made for a good match and eventual crossover episodes.
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  • Either (or both) of these movies are great for a home-alone-with-a-hanky night of popcorn and angst.
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  • Early signs of teenage angst are apparent on two of the best songs here.
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  • Instead of an editorial we get a ramble a sort of epistle with rather more urban angst than upbeat progression.
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  • In a discussion with Mitchy recently she accused Michael of being an angst magnet whos ONLY plots revolve around angst magnet whos ONLY plots revolve around angst.
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  • He doesn't like middle class angst, indeed he isn't really interested in any kind of angst at all.
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  • Come on dude, lay off all the faux angst, for all our sakes.
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  • His working-class angst has been replaced with middle-class guilt.
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  • However, you can alleviate some of your angst by accepting your expectations or the inevitable.
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  • The warning signs at first might mimic normal adolescent angst like irritability, moodiness and defiance.
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  • You can mitigate your gaming angst by learning the ins and outs of troubleshooting your PS3 system.
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  • What teenager with revenge angst who has a destiny with an ancient world wouldn't fall in love?
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  • Many mothers have a lot of shared angst over the task of choosing a child care provider.
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  • Aspiring screenwriters have always been full of angst about what kind of radical changes might befall their beloved manuscripts in the hands of the wrong director or star.
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  • These spoilers allow fans a reprieve from built-up angst generated by watching daily cliffhangers and following emotionally charged storylines.
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  • Typically a problem required a technological or clever solution and his heroes (which were, in the beginning, uniformly male) figured it out with a minimum of emotional angst and saved the day.
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  • Sex is to R&B what teen angst is to punk rock.
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