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Correct spelling for ANGIUSH
We think the word angiush is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for angiush
- Anguish(Definition of anguish)
- Vanquish(Definition of vanquish)
- Languish(Definition of languish)
- English(Definition of english)
For a long time he sat there, anguished and crucified amid all that unmeaning luxury and splendor.
"you shouldn't have struck me," he cried in a voice full of anguish.
They dined in a desultory sort of way, with tillie up and down throughout the meal for a bread-knife, a cup of water, sugar for angie's strong coffee.
He was short, pock-marked, ugly, slovenly, surly to the point of ferocity, whimsical to the brink of mania, egotistic to the environs of self-idolatry, diseased and deaf, embittered, morose-all the brutal epithets you wish to hurl at him. but withal he had the majesty of a prometheus chained to the rocks; like prometheus, he had stolen the very fires of heaven; like prometheus, he did not suffer in silence, but roared or moaned his demigodlike anguishes in immortal rhythms.
I go back to life, resolved to vanquish all that can interfere with its claims and duties.
At the other extreme miracles languish and decay.
"yes, it makes a whole lot of difference," angie agreed, and looked up at her father.
Now i fancy that an english country-house....
Jean-marie had another brother, angus, who was canon of toul and archdeacon of tonnerrois, and a sister, archange, who was abbess of saint-maur, verdun.