the existential angst of the middle classes
Racism first manifests itself among the group as a form of verbal violence, an expression of general angst .
Often, their answers only lead to more questions, hence my interpretational angst .
Still, few could have predicted he'd fall this deep into a pit of lyrical self-pity and teen angst .
Judging from the press releases that clog my e-mail, there seems to be an upsurge in financial angst among twenty-somethings.
my hair causes me angst
The sense of angst and melancholy conveyed by Lumley, with the aid of director Hugo Blick, is strangely appealing.
Through an occasional nocturnal trip to the gym, Matt Murdock finds a way to relieve some of his adolescent angst .
We wouldn't have minded, but she put all our cutlery and crockery away in the wrong places, causing much angst upon our return.