Extremepain, either of body or mind; excruciatingdistress. (noun)
To sufferpain. (verb)
Examples of word anguish
a little hope, but the hope died, and anguish, anguish, _anguish_ took its place.
The Phillies watch in anguish from the dugout as their season nears its conclusion with a 7-3 loss in Game 6 of the World Series against the host Yankees on Wednesday night.
The remedies resorted to, afforded temporary relief; and great was her thankfulness for the alleviation from what she described as anguish -- anguish -- anguish!
Carruth's anguish is part of a common but little talked about consequence of the summer of oil: People overcome by stress and worry, who are having a hard time navigating a world that seems so different from the one they knew before the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded on April 20, sending waves of crude and tar balls toward the coast.
To give a material representation to anguish is in itself to be freed from it.
Apparently, BDS is still in force because Obama is continuing all of the Bush sins, yet with no corresponding anguish from the leftlings ...
If you call your anguish "the mental disorder of depression," does calling it that make it a "mental disorder"?