agonized screams. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Adjective : an agonized effort. From Dictionary.com.
HUGHES: That implies -- I've seen the word "agonized" used. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Aug 10, 2001] Reference
But "agonized" implies this hand-wringing, and I never got that sense. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Aug 10, 2001] Reference
He wondered if the other Watcher felt this kind of agonized pleasure from Theo's touch. From Wordnik.com. [Watcher 3] Fire Watcher]
Her face was full of a kind of agonized appeal. From Wordnik.com. [From out the Vasty Deep] Reference
He looked at the rock with a kind of agonized passion. From Wordnik.com. [Secret Adversary] Reference
He said he "agonized" before deciding to voice his concerns before the medical board. From Wordnik.com. [Latest News] Reference
Her expression seemed agonized. From Wordnik.com. [Demon From The Dark] Reference
"agonized" over his decision to send more troops to Afganistan. From Wordnik.com. [Blog updates] Reference
That was how I perceived them in my agonized state. From Wordnik.com. [In the Forest of the Snake People (Part 1)] Reference
"I'm sure you agonized over this decision," Alan said. From Wordnik.com. [Queen of the Center] Reference
Some residents agonized over the safety of their pets. From Wordnik.com. ['A Big, Ugly Storm'] Reference
You agonized for years over every word, each character. From Wordnik.com. [The Curious Case of Ben—No, Max Tivoli] Reference
Steven Oppel's wife crouched by his quietly agonized body. From Wordnik.com. [Petey Prickles Vs. Funeral Steve: An ALL-NEW Petey Prickles Caper!] Reference
"What is that, O lady of beauty?" said the agonized Rabbi. From Wordnik.com. [Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers] Reference
I agonized quite a bit before voting for Christine O'Donnell. From Wordnik.com. ['To HELL With Them!'] Reference
Friedman trusted Jarecki, but he still agonized about cooperating. From Wordnik.com. [How A Rank Beginner Captured The Friedmans] Reference
He sprang out of the cloud of snow-spray with an agonized cry, and. From Wordnik.com. [Ruth Fielding at Snow Camp Or, Lost in the Backwoods] Reference
Heaven knows I've tried to figure it out, agonized about it for years. From Wordnik.com. [Its Academic, Or Is It?] Reference
Once upon a time, I took that question to heart and agonized about it. From Wordnik.com. [Jeff Rivera: Literary Manager Ken Atchity on How 'Literary Agencies Must Change'] Reference
For a long time, Blassemare met his abject and agonized entreaties with. From Wordnik.com. [The International Magazine, Volume 2, No. 3, February, 1851] Reference
Gingrich and his circle had agonized for months over how to pay the fine. From Wordnik.com. [Gingrich Goes On The Dole] Reference
She fretted about the gap between her teeth and agonized about her weight. From Wordnik.com. [How Two Lives Met In Death] Reference
It came out of her own heart -- she could not prevent the agonized outburst. From Wordnik.com. [Tom Swift and His Photo Telephone or the Picture That Saved a Fortune] Reference
Megawati agonized for months over whether to be or not to be president in 2001. From Wordnik.com. [The Cronies Return] Reference
The gulf war has certainly produced some agonized rethinking among arms buyers. From Wordnik.com. [A Last Chance To Call A Halt] Reference
But though she agonized till dark she found herself no nearer a solution than before. From Wordnik.com. [The Wind Before the Dawn] Reference
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