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anguish

verb ache, aggrieve, agonize, desolate, excruciate, grieve, harry, make miserable, pain, rack, suffer, torment, torture, trouble, writhe
Associated concepts: mental anguish, non-economic loss, pain and suffering
See also: pain, plaint, remorse, suffer
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BUNGLING Boris Johnson yesterday admitted feeling a "deep sense of anguish" over British-Iranian Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's imprisonment in Iran.
ISLAMABAD -- PTI Central Information Secretary Omar Sarfaraz Cheema on Friday said failure in getting an NRO and concessions in the accountability has provoked an anguish among desperate opposition leaders who seek intimidation of the federal government, instead of allowing it uninterrupted functioning.
over the water supply crisis and stressed that the 'mere resignation' of its chief operating officer (COO) cannot ease the 'anguish and inconvenience they caused to their costumers.'
The husband of imprisoned Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has revealed her anguish at being returned to an Iranian jail.
Cripsey and Burchill explain that the French angoisse can be translated in English as either anguish or anxiety, they must choose in each case which is more appropriate.
In anguish, she tried to calm her 10-month-old baby at the rocky, hanging valley, but the baby cried uncontrollably.
The opinion stated that, under Etihad's argument, a plaintiff seeking damages for mental anguish would have to prove that an accident "caused bodily injury, which in turn caused the mental anguish."
Anguish is such a powerful word, it is full of sorrow,
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, has expressed his anguish over the situation arising due to floods in various parts of the Northeast.
But the Duke of Cambridge, who will mark the 20th anniversary of Diana's death later this year, spoke of the anguish he felt when he walked behind the Princess of Wales' coffin on the day of her funeral.
Her sequence of anguish was changing every time but not the anguish itself.
Heather Williams QC said: "They allege that they suffered damage as a result of the anguish caused by the prolonged cover up, additional to damage suffered by the events of the disaster itself.