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Noun(1) unbearable physical pain(2) extreme mental distress(3) intense feelings of suffering; acute mental or physical pain(4) a feeling of intense annoyance caused by being tormented(5) a severe affliction(6) the act of harassing someone
Verb(1) torment emotionally or mentally(2) treat cruelly(3) subject to torture
(1) No drug can eliminate that mental torment when a hitter is supposed to deliver or a pitcher is supposed to succeed.(2) Phil is putting himself through physical torment so that little children don't step on landmines and die.(3) It's frustrating enough to encounter a big setback, so why torment the kids with snakes.(4) Whatever was done to her, it drained her of all memories and caused much mental torment .(5) We torment them; we increase the damage they have already suffered.(6) Each sob brought a load of pain with it, adding physical pain to the mental and emotional torment he was already suffering from.(7) Prickly pear cacti had been a torment during the difficult portage around the Great Falls of the Missouri.(8) Other students are putting their lives at risk by hanging out in remote car parks and disused buildings because of the physical and emotional torment they face daily from their peers.(9) She has recovered her good looks but suspects the deepest scars, the mental torment she suffers after being almost murdered by a man she once loved, will never heal.(10) But the shame and the revulsion, the eyes like a mourning shroud, would torment his mind.(11) their deaths have left both families in torment(12) Abnormalities in a midpregnancy scan had indicated that all was not as it should be but little did she know of the mental torment and physical endurance test that lay in store.(13) I could only imagine the inner torment he must be suffering.(14) the journey must have been a torment for them(15) Though I do not regret that you will be the one to embark on the quest, I do find it sad that you are already suffering such inner torment .(16) I only tell you this to assure you that many Mac people are near and dear to me and I would never do anything intentionally to taunt, tease or torment any of you.
(1) torment :: pine
1. agony ::
2. ordeal ::
3. torture ::
6. curse ::
7. torture ::
8. tease ::
9. excruciate ::
10. rag ::
1. heaven ::
2. paradise ::
Different Formstorment, tormented, tormenting, torments
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