agonize

[v] - cause to agonize 2. [v] - suffer agony or anguish
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Agonize

Ag'o·nize intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Agonized ; present participle & verbal noun Agonizing ] [ French agoniser , Late Latin agonizare , from Greek .... See Agony .] 1. To writhe with ag...
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Agonize

Ag'o·nize transitive verb To cause to suffer agony; to subject to extreme pain; to torture. « He agonized his mother by his behavior. Thackeray. »
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agonize

agonise verb suffer agony or anguish
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Agonize

• (v. i.) To writhe with agony; to suffer violent anguish. • (v. i.) To struggle; to wrestle; to strive desperately. • (v. t.) To cause to suffer agony; to subject to extreme pain; to torture.
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agonize

agonize 1. To make convulsive efforts; struggle. 2. To be in agony; to be in great pain. 3. To contend in the arena; to struggle or strive in physical exercise; to wrestle.
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