- adj.使苦恼的; 极度的
- 副词: excruciatingly;
Her search for love has often caused her excruciating misery and loneliness.
I was in excruciating pain and one leg wouldn't move.
Meanwhile, the boredom is excruciating.
He endured excruciating ago-nies before he finally expired.
The pain in my back was excruciating.
The tablets brought temporary respite from the excruciating pain.
He has excruciating backache.
He endured excruciating agonies before he finally expired.
The patient complains of excruciating pain.
There may be excruciating chest pain.
He was suffering an excruciating humiliation which mocked him in its very intensity.
When my friend pulled my ear, I felt an excruciating pain.
I feel awful! I've had an excruciating migraine all day.
Indeed the evidence paints Goldman's role in an excruciating light.
Study of Heathcliff married Catherine know the news, the excruciating, angrily left.
希斯克利夫知道凯瑟琳出嫁的消息, 痛不欲生, 愤然出走.
1. extremely painful