1 Her mind was too torn with her own anguish.
2 But, Ashley," her voice was beginning to break with anguish and disappointment, "But I'd counted on you.
3 She burrowed her head back into Melanie's thin shoulder and some of the real anguish went from her as a flicker of hope woke in her.
4 This wrongness went even deeper than Bonnie's death, for now the first unbearable anguish was fading into resigned acceptance of her loss.
5 At the word, Lily's face melted from locked anguish to the open misery of a child.
6 The name, as Gerty saw with a clutch at the heart, had loosened the springs of self-pity in her friend's dry breast, and tear by tear Lily poured out the measure of her anguish.
7 He sat in a rocker in the back of a lumber-wagon, his face pale from the anguish of the jolting.
8 That immaculate manliness we feel within ourselves, so far within us, that it remains intact though all the outer character seem gone; bleeds with keenest anguish at the undraped spectacle of a valor-ruined man.
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9 This lovely light, it lights not me; all loveliness is anguish to me, since I can ne'er enjoy.
10 An indescribable oppression, which seemed to generate in some unfamiliar part of her consciousness, filled her whole being with a vague anguish.
11 It moved her to dreams, to thoughtfulness, to the shadowy anguish which had overcome her the midnight when she had abandoned herself to tears.
12 They could not even cry out beneath it; but anguish would seize them, more dreadful than the agony of death.
13 For half a second she stood, reeling and swaying, staring at him with horror in her eyes; then, with a cry of anguish, she tottered forward, stretching out her arms to him.
14 Ona sobbed and wept, her fear and anguish building themselves up into long climaxes.
15 From somewhere within the house had come a sudden cry, a wild, horrible scream of anguish.