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See also: nervewracking
- (proscribed) Alternative form of
- 1867 June 1, “Marriage Sermons and Serenades”, in The Guardian, page 172:
- To thrust this grating, screeching, nerve wracking, heart-rending, worse than Pandemonial howling, upon such an occasion, is the climax of cruelty.
- 1960 June, Cecil J. Allen, “Locomotive Running Past and Present”, in Trains Illustrated, page 368:
- One could hardly commend any of these nerve-wracking exploits; [...].