Definition of Agonise

1. Verb. Cause to agonize. "The bad news will agonise him"

Exact synonyms: Agonize
Generic synonyms: Anguish, Hurt, Pain
Causes: Agonize
Derivative terms: Agony, Agony



2. Verb. Suffer agony or anguish.
Exact synonyms: Agonize
Generic synonyms: Suffer
Derivative terms: Agony, Agony, Agony

Definition of Agonise

1. Verb. (alternative spelling of agonize) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Agonise

1. to agonize [v -NISED, -NISING, -NISES] - See also: agonize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Agonise

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agonadal
agonal
agonal clot
agonal infection
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agonal rhythm
agonal thrombus
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agonies
agonise (current term)
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agonistes
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agonistic monoclonal antibodies
agonistic monoclonal antibody
agonistical
agonistically

Literary usage of Agonise

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1. Jean Talon, intendant de la Nouvelle-France (1665-1672) by Thomas Chapais (1904)
"Louis XIV et Colbert tournent leurs regards vers le Canada, qui agonise—La mission de Pierre Boucher—L'épître du Père LeJeune.—Un changement de régime. ..."

2. The Bulwark, Or, Reformation Journal: In Defence of the True Interests of by Scottish Reformation Society (1883)
"... or agonise, to enter in at the strait gate '—the one is ' agonise,' the other is ' earnestly agonise '—and surely this indicates a degree of exertion iu ..."

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