tormented

[ verb tawr-ment, tawr-ment; noun tawr-ment ]SEE DEFINITION OF tormented
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They were so tormented by this anxiety that they could not sleep.

These feathers were the steel-headed arrows that had so tormented them.

R—— is sacrificed to me; that R——, with whose cursed name you tormented me.

The letter is no sooner despatched than, tormented with remorse, he tries to recall it.

Then instead of helping my husband I tormented him by my jealousy, which I could not restrain.'

The sweet of nature is love; yet, if I have a friend I am tormented by my imperfections.

He was leaning against the well, a tormented fury in his eyes.

At times she charmed and attracted me, at others she tormented and irritated me.

"I mean worried and tormented," and then stopped again, for Drake had dropped his head.

She was tormented by fears altogether disproportionate to their cause.

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