anguish

  1. extreme mental distress
  2. extreme distress of body or mind

anguish

severe suffering 
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anguish

[n] - extreme distress of body or mind 2. [n] - extreme mental distress 3. [v] - suffer great pains or distress
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Anguish

An'guish noun [ Middle English anguishe , anguise , angoise , French angoisse , from Latin angustia narrowness, difficulty, distress, from angustus narrow, difficult, from angere to press together. See Anger .] Extreme pain, either of body or m...
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Anguish

An'guish transitive verb [ Confer French angoisser , from Latin angustiare .] To distress with extreme pain or grief. [ R.] Temple.
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anguish

noun extreme distress of body or mind
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Anguish

• (v. t.) To distress with extreme pain or grief. • (n.) Extreme pain, either of body or mind; excruciating distress.
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anguish

anguish 1. Excruciating or acute distress, suffering, or pain. 2. To inflict with distress, suffering, or pain. 3. To suffer, feel, or exhibit anguish; such as, to anguish over the loss of a loved one. 4. Etymology: from Middle English anguisse; Old French, from Lati angustia, 'tight place'; equivalent to angust(us), 'narrow' + -ia.
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Anguish

Anguish is a term used in philosophy, often as a translation from the Latin for angst. It is a paramount feature of existentialist philosophy, in which anguish is often understood as the experience of an utterly free being in a world with zero absolutes (existential despair). In the theology of Kierkegaard, it refers to a being with total free wil...
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