conflicted (part of speech: verb)
contended (part of speech: verb)
- The next day, crossing several ranges, with glorious scenes of surpassing beauty everywhere around us, we came in view of a mighty and swift torrent, whose bed was sunk deep between enormous lofty walls of sandstone rock, where it roared and brawled with the noise of a little Niagara. - "How I Found Livingstone", Sir Henry M. Stanley.
- Her anxiety was extreme that she might not miss the return train, so I relinquished her hand, commanded the cabman to hasten, and turned to rescue Eckart- too young and faithful a collegian not to follow his friend, though it were into the lion's den- from a terrific entanglement of horseflesh and vehicles brawled over by a splendid collision of tongues. - "The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete", George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009.
- When he came to Yorkshire, he- whose ancestors had owned warehouses in this seaport, and factories in that inland town, had possessed their town- house and their country- seat- saw no way open to him but to rent a cloth- mill in an out- of- the- way nook of an out- of- the- way district; to take a cottage adjoining it for his residence, and to add to his possessions, as pasture for his horse, and space for his cloth- tenters, a few acres of the steep, rugged land that lined the hollow through which his mill- stream brawled. - "Shirley", Charlotte BrontÃ«.