torment


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Synonyms for torment

Synonyms for torment

excruciating punishment

to subject (another) to extreme physical cruelty, as in punishing

to come to mind continually

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unbearable physical pain

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extreme mental distress

intense feelings of suffering

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a feeling of intense annoyance caused by being tormented

a severe affliction

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the act of harassing someone

torment emotionally or mentally

subject to torture

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Adoptee: A Childhood of Torment, not only graphically describes what it was like to face such intensive abuse but also chronicles Sabol's search for his birth mother and father.
Has he not put this poor family through enough torment and turmoil?
But I am glad that the headline writer did not follow his ugly lead and present us with a headline in big bold letters that read 'Matadors' torment black boys.
The coroner for South Manchester, John Pollard blamed "feral youths" for the victim's torment and ruled that, despite lawyers deciding no one could be charged with manslaughter, Mr Askew had been unlawfully killed.
In Torment, we find a much more independent Luce than we saw in Fallen.
The mentally victimized policemen declared it as unfair rule of justice with us and now they have been suffering from emotional torment and pain.
A BRITISH couple held hostage by Somali pirates spoke last night of the mutual torment of their separation as their wedding anniversary approaches.
Their torment ended in their tragic deaths because the police and council failed to respond to Fiona's pleas for help.
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Now another enthusiast of the pipe-smoking, violin-playing, detective has contributed to the growing library of Holmesian literature a new adventure--'The Torment of Sherlock Holmes".
The tribunal heard the source of the torment came from a manager after learning that Mr English had gone to a public school and lived in Brighton.
Insanity, sexual deviance, and emotional torment are just some of the afflictions that plague the characters of Boris Eifman's ballets, which center on the inner lives of historical and literary personages from Tehaikovsky to Anna Karenina.
Morton's reading with its heavy Yorkshire dialect adds immeasurably to this story of a young man beset with all the usual torment of being 14, made worse by his huge hands.
1 -- color in AV edition only -- ran in AV and SAC editions) Makeup artists, from left, Danielle Thieman, Margaret Dluzak, 18, and Bridgette Collins, 21, turn 16-year-old Brandi Hares into a swamp witch for the Twisted Torment haunted house at 1751 W.
Blood-thirsty ticks, bed bugs, and other insects, as if caught in some Gothic time machine, continue to torment humans, still claiming their lives, if not their souls.