You could probably sue the parents and juvenile for slander if you can demonstrate it's harming his social status or causing true anguish. It's sad that it would come to that, but it would get them to stop harming your child. Check with your local clerk of the court at the courthouse and they can walk you through the civil suit procedure. * It is not likely that the plaintiff would prevail in such a suit even if the court agreed to hear it. Generally the plaintiff must prove that the parties involved have suffered damages which have resulted in financial loss. Since the incident involves minors, the plaintiff would have to prove that the alledged victim had suffered physical and/or emotional damage that caused the parents financial loss in terms of medical care.
Sentence for Anguish
a look of anguish crossed Ben face.
Charles Anguish died in 1797.
Charles Anguish was born in 1769.
Anguish is a state of extreme pain in body or mind.
i wan running and i felt anguish
Depending on how it's used, anguish can be a noun or a verb. As a noun: She suffered great anguish over the loss of her husband. As a verb: They anguish over the loss of their pet.
The duration of Anguish - film - is 1.43 hours.
She was filled with anguish over the murder of her child.
Douglas Anguish was born on 1950-07-08.
Anguish - film - was created in 1987.
Joel was enduring much anguish over his father's death.
Example : "He suffered much pain and anguish over the years due to his mother's death."
A Night of Anguish - 1913 was released on: USA: 26 March 1913
Her Week of Anguish - 1912 was released on: USA: 9 May 1912
One answer:"Anguish" is: "extreme pain, distress or anxiety."Among the disputed definitions of "spirit"... one might be: "attitude or feelings."In which case, a "spirit of anguish" would be "a feeling of extreme pain, distress or anxiety."
Torment is mental anguish.
content ....or comfort
In pain and/or terror
happy or glad
First the light pain began. And the it ended with even more anguish. She was dying. And it was bringing me great sadness.