- v cause to agonize
- v suffer agony or anguish
- s expressing pain or agony
- A senior Administration official says, "I don't have a sense that the President agonized over this.
- I hadn't agonized over that descriptionhalf a sentence in a 400-page book.
- For some it will be agonized over right down to the final moment, for others it will be made in a flash, for all of us it will be a tense day and night of waiting and watching.
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- Bolton group organizes 5K rally
While out for a run one day, Kristin Gaynor, Liz Edwards, and Kathy Romeo, all of Bolton, agonized about these events and wondered what they could do to help. That is how the Bolton 5K Rally for Boston was born.
June 14, 2013 - The Bolton Common
- Tom Osborne in The Associated Press
Believe me, I agonized about those people, and if I could wave a magic wand, raise my hand and fix everything in the Big 12, it might have been a little different,Osborne said. "We came to the conclusion this wasn't going to hold together...
- Milton Bradley in SI.com
We'll have to deal with it,said Bradley, who becomes Oakland's starting center fielder. "I know he agonized over it the past couple of years. It's good he's taking care of it so he doesn't have to go out and play in pain."
- Bud Selig in Houston Chronicle
I agonized overthe decision to go with DirecTV, Selig said. "Obviously our objective is to get our product in front of as many people as possible. ...... But the number of people who can't get DirecTV is very, very small."