Agony

Literally means the violent struggle with death

Agony

Agony is Jamaican slang for sexual pleasure.
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agony

[n] - a state of acute pain 2. [n] - intense feelings of suffering
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Agony

Ag'o·ny noun ; plural Agonies [ Latin agonia , Greek ..., orig. a contest, from ...: confer French agonie . See Agon .] 1. Violent contest or striving. « The world is convulsed by the agonies of great nations. Macaulay. » 2...
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agony

Origin: L. Agonia, Gr, orig. A contest, fr., cf. F. Agonie. See Agon. ... 1. Violent contest or striving. 'The world is convulsed by the agonies of great nations.' (Macaulay) ... 2. Pain so extreme as to cause writhing or contortions of the body, similar to those made in the athletic contests in Greece; and hence, extreme pain of mind or body; angu...
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agony

noun intense feelings of suffering; acute mental or physical pain; `an agony of doubt`; `the torments of the damned`
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agony

(ag´ә-ne) severe pain or extreme suffering.
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Agony

• (n.) Paroxysm of joy; keen emotion. • (n.) Violent contest or striving. • (n.) Pain so extreme as to cause writhing or contortions of the body, similar to those made in the athletic contests in Greece; and hence, extreme pain of mind or body; anguish; paroxysm of grief; specifically, the sufferings of Christ in the garden of Gethse...
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agony

agony 1. Very great mental or physical pain. 2. Death pangs. 3. A convulsive struggle. 4. A sudden, strong outburst (of emotion) as, 'an agony of joy'.
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agony

Type: Term Pronunciation: ag′ŏ-nē Definitions: 1. Intense pain or anguish of body or mind.
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