1 Then he understood that it must be in pain: pain so excruciating that he seemed, mysteriously, to feel it shooting through his own body.
2 The pain of moving his eyes was too excruciating to be borne and he groaned.
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3 Mr. Bumble, seeing with excruciating feelings, the delight of the two old paupers, who were tittering together most rapturously, hesitated for an instant.
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4 These she began to thrust into the image in all directions, with apparently excruciating energy.
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5 Drowsiness was irresistibly mastering him, but he kept awake by an excruciating pain in his arm, for which he could find no satisfactory position.
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6 After La Trobe had been excruciated by the Rector's interpretation, by the maulings and the manglings of the actors.
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7 He came into the room and nodded abstractedly to Wildeve, his lips still parted, and his features excruciatingly strained in the emission of the chorus.
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