afflicted[ uh-flikt ]SEE DEFINITION OF afflicted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFFLICTED
She was also afflicted with a high color, and a chronic eruption of diamonds.
Mary regarded the afflicted creature with that sympathy born only of experience.
How silly of you, Toinette, to be so afflicted at his death.
Mrs. Beaufort, languid and afflicted with headache, said little.
In politics one afflicted with self-respect and addicted to the vice of independence.
Mrs Merdle hastened to spare the feelings of her afflicted friend.
And was she not also the Health of the weak, the Refuge of sinners, the Comforter of the afflicted?
He was very delicate and afflicted with nervousness that amounted to insanity at times.
Her father would not discard his afflicted, his repentant child.
I am afflicted by none of the desultoriness superinduced by alcohol.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR AFFLICTED
- full of sorrow
- in mourning
- in pain
- in sorrow
- sick at heart
- singing the blues
- in a bad way
- out of luck