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agony

 [ag´ah-ne]
severe pain or extreme suffering.

ag·o·ny

(ag'ŏ-nē),
Intense pain or anguish of body or mind.
[G. agōn, a struggle, trial]

agony

[ag′ənē]
Etymology: Gk, agon
severe physical or emotional anguish or distress, as in pain.

ag·o·ny

(ag'ŏ-nē)
Intense pain or anguish of body or mind.
[G. agōn, a struggle, trial]

agony

1. Intense physical or mental pain.
2. The struggle that sometimes precedes death.

ag·o·ny

(ag'ŏ-nē)
Intense pain or anguish of body or mind.
[G. agōn, a struggle, trial]

agony,

n severe pain or extreme suffering.

agony

1. death struggle.
2. extreme suffering.
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There was seemingly nothing he could do to shake up a team that was agonizingly inconsistent.
Nevertheless, Northridge came agonizingly close to pulling off an upset - a recurring theme for the hard-luck Matadors (3-12, 2-5) this year - but Kim Gildersleeve's 3-pointer hit off the front of the rim as time expired, sending UC Santa Barbara home with a narrow win while leaving the Matadors to once again ponder what if.
That last scenario occurs when Homer manages to kill Death itself; he reaches a spiritual crisis when he realizes that with Death dead, all things will live forever, including, most agonizingly, the ABC sitcom ``According to Jim.
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Finishing sixth, as Field agonizingly saw first-hand last year, means you get a medal but your season is over.
They also have been agonizingly vulnerable to the high pick-and-roll.
After leading the Cowboys agonizingly close to the Southern Section Division II championship match in his first season on the job, Cook thought stepping away from the rigors of full-time coaching was a good idea.