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/aNG(k)st/,/äNG(k)st/,
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A feeling of deep anxiety or dread, typically an unfocused one about the human condition or the state of the world in general,
  1. A feeling of deep anxiety or dread, typically an unfocused one about the human condition or the state of the world in general
    • - adolescent angst
  2. A feeling of persistent worry about something trivial
    • - my hair causes me angst

  1. an acute but unspecific feeling of anxiety; usually reserved for philosophical anxiety about the world or about personal freedom
  2. Angst is a German, Danish, Norwegian and Dutch word for fear or anxiety. (Anguish is its Latinate equivalent.) It is used in English to describe an intense feeling of . ...
  3. Angst (Anguish|) is a 1976 Norwegian thriller film directed by Oddvar Bull Tuhus, starring Svein Scharffenberg and Eva Sevaldson. Tove (Sevaldson) is babysitting when she receives a threatening phone call.
  4. Angst (Fear in English) is a 1983 Austrian film. Written and directed by Gerald Kargl with cinematography by Academy Award winner Zbigniew Rybczyński, it tells the story of a psychopath recently released from prison and is loosely based on the mass murderer Werner Kniesek. ...
  5. Angst is a 2000 black comedy written by Anthony O'Connor, directed by Daniel Nettheim and starring Sam Lewis, Jessica Napier, Justin Smith and Abi Tucker. It was shot in and around Sydney, Australia. The film was released in Australian theatres on 31 August 2000.
  6. Angst is the seventh album released by industrial rock band KMFDM in 1993 on TVT/Wax Trax! Records in the United States. The UK release on Roadrunner Records also included five remixes of "Light" from the Light single. ...
  7. Angst was an American punk rock band from San Francisco, California. In mid-1978, brothers Joseph Pope and Jon E. Risk formed their first punk rock group, the Instants, in Boulder, Colorado. ...
  8. Angst is the first studio album by German duo Lacrimosa.
  9. Angst is the seventeenth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1984, and in 2005 was the fourteenth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. It is the soundtrack for the 1983 Austrian film of the same name. "Freeze" featured in the 1986 film Manhunter.
  10. Angst is a supermarket chain of 19 stores in Romania. It has a range of 1,000 products, mainly foodstuffs. Angst is owned by a Swiss-Romanian joint venture. Angst operates mainly in Bucharest but is based in the town of Buftea, near the capital. It employs 670 people. ...
  11. A feeling of acute but vague anxiety or apprehension often accompanied by depression, especially philosophical anxiety; More commonly, painful sadness or emotional turmoil, as teen angst; To suffer angst; to fret
  12. in German is an anxious, depressed feeling.
  13. Refers to the deep sadness and emotional wounds of one character (or more) that vidders decide to focus in a music video. Angst also refers to a couple when they just can’t work things out and always seem to be hurting each other. ...
  14. From Kierkegaard, German for anxiety. Technically, refers to the basic human condition coming from the unreliability of everything that brings us meaning, hope, and joy. The result of our inability to really accept Matthew 6:25-34, ..."consider the lilies of the field...". ...
  15. Putting the characters and by extension the readers through deep emotional and possibly physical pain (characters only for the physical - fanfic rarely maims, unless you count papercuts.)
  16. Refers to the emotional wounds suffered and/or borne by a character, especially if they spend pages moaning about their miserable life in great detail.
  17. In German, an emotional state of anxiety without a specific cause. In existentialism, the term refers to general human anxiety at having free will, that is, of being responsible for one's actions. This condition may or may not help you as an artist! ...
  18. (ahnxt) German: anxiety; psychological suffering; fear without really knowing what you are afraid of (since WWI)
  19. this is basically the term used in fanfics for "anxiety" or heartbreak, agony...term of suffering in the fic or story.
  20. Heart-wrenching melodrama. Trauma. Worry and trouble. Very soap-operaish.
  21. Indicates that the story has some depressing themes and characters suffer emotionally in some way. Relationship break-ups, character death, and hurt/comfort are all forms of angst stories.
  22. A term used when the ship has a lot of tension, obstacles to overcome and sometimes frusteration. Some shippers enjoy watching angst.
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