agonized


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ag·o·nized

 (ăg′ə-nīzd′)
adj.
Characterized by, suffering, or exhibiting great pain or anguish: an agonized cry for help.

agonized

(ˈæɡənaɪzd) or

agonised

adj
1. showing that acute mental or physical pain is felt: the agonized screams of other prisoners under torture.
2. feeling acute physical pain: his agonized body bathed in an icy malarial sweat.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.agonized - expressing pain or agonyagonized - expressing pain or agony; "agonized screams"
painful - causing physical or psychological pain; "worked with painful slowness"

agonized

adjective tortured, suffering, wounded, distressed, racked, tormented, anguished, broken-hearted, grief-stricken, wretched The agonized look on his face suggested he wouldn't be playing much longer.
Translations
zmučenýzoufalý
pinefuldsmertefuld
aggodalmasmegkínzott
angistar-, òjáningar-
zmučený
acı doluıstıraplı

agonized

[ˈægənaɪzd] ADJangustioso

agonized

[ˈægənaɪzd] agonised (British) adj
[cry, scream] → déchirant(e); [look] → angoissé(e)
[body] → souffrant(e)

agonized

adjgequält

agonized

[ˈægəˌnaɪzd] adj (moan, indecision) → angoscioso/a

agony

(ˈӕgəni) plural ˈagonies noun
great pain or suffering. The dying man was in agony; agonies of regret.
ˈagonized, ˈagonised adjective
showing agony. He had an agonized expression on his face as he lost the match.
ˈagonizing, ˈagonising adjective
causing agony. an agonizing pain.
agonizingly, agonisingly adverb
References in classic literature ?
They had killed some game, and were stalking a fine big deer, which would provide a feast for the natives, when suddenly the silence of the lonely forest was broken by a piercing scream, followed by an agonized cry of
And now abating in his flurry, the whale once more rolled out into view; surging from side to side; spasmodically dilating and contracting his spout-hole, with sharp, cracking, agonized respirations.
The agonized whale goes into his flurry; the tow-line is slackened, and the pitchpoler dropping astern, folds his hands, and mutely watches the monster die.
A sea of fire lay before them in the darkness of the night, licking up the cabins and the bivouacs; cries of despair, howls, and imprecations reached their ears; they saw against the flames thousands of human beings with agonized or furious faces.
Then a dog began to howl somewhere in a farmhouse far down the road, a long, agonized wailing, as if from fear.
I saw her agonized face over the parapet, and smiled to reassure her.
The agonized shriek of Catharine was answered by the faint, the very faint, voice of a child.
Some cling to you in woebegone misery; others come back fiercely and weirdly, like ghouls bent upon sucking your strength away; others, again, have a catastrophic splendour; some are unvenerated recollections, as of spiteful wild-cats clawing at your agonized vitals; others are severe, like a visitation; and one or two rise up draped and mysterious, with an aspect of ominous menace.
The yearning memories, the bitter regret, the agonized sympathy, the struggling appeals to the Invisible Right--all the intense emotions which had filled the days and nights of the past week, and were compressing themselves again like an eager crowd into the hours of this single morning, made Adam look back on all the previous years as if they had been a dim sleepy existence, and he had only now awaked to full consciousness.
He must soon go to Eton, where, I suspect, his first year or two will be utter wretchedness: to leave me, his mother, and his home, will give his heart an agonized wrench; then, the fagging will not suit him--but emulation, thirst after knowledge, the glory of success, will stir and reward him in time.
The more I lived apart from society, and in proportion as my wretchedness subsided from the violent throb of agonized passion into the dulness of habitual pain, the more frequent and vivid became such visions as that I had had of Prague--of strange cities, of sandy plains, of gigantic ruins, of midnight skies with strange bright constellations, of mountain-passes, of grassy nooks flecked with the afternoon sunshine through the boughs: I was in the midst of such scenes, and in all of them one presence seemed to weigh on me in all these mighty shapes--the presence of something unknown and pitiless.
Be patient a little, Friend of all the World,' he whispered to the agonized Kim.