- v cause to agonize
- v suffer agony or anguish
- They didn't do anything but agonize.
- Because he entertained no hope of an alternative lifestyle, he didn't agonize over one.
- Whatever island the men live on, they apparently don't fret, don't agonize, don't judge each other and don't get drawn as cartoon characters like Working Dad who is depriving his .
- Phillip Dutton in AFP
It was big. I did agonize over it. It went on a long time in my head,Dutton said. "My parents were the big concern. I didn't want them thinking their son is a traitor."
- Marv Levy in USA Today
I agonize over not coaching,Levy told The Associated Press in his first comments since stepping down as the team's GM this week. "In midseason, I said, 'OK, this is going to be it for me.' I honestly feel there's more things I want to do."
- Bo Ryan in Pioneer Press
I just tell people, don't agonize over one thing when you have a bunch of guys that just didn't get enough done,Ryan told reporters Monday at his weekly news conference.