excruciation

[ ik-skroo-shee-ey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF excruciation
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The proper bows were interchanged; and then came Crang's excruciation.

Let us take a common sense view of this excruciation—ex—ex—I mean exquisite argument.

Of her originally sprang the inspired teaching of the doom of men to excruciation in endlessness.

To be far off the key is to be in another key, but to smite at a note and muff it is excruciation.

Only meanwhile he wants—it was a phrase of his own—to keep all the excruciation for his own private enjoyment.

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