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Torture or tortured may refer to: Torture , the infliction of pain to break the will of the victim or victims "Torture" (The Jacksons song) , a song by the The Jackson 5 from their 1984 album Victory "Torture" (John D. Loudermilk song) , as song that was ...
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v. torment emotionally or mentally [syn: torment , excruciate , rack ] subject to torture; "The sinners will be tormented in Hell, according to the Bible" [syn: excruciate , torment ]
Usage examples of torture.
He broke free, releasing my achy breast to torture the other with the scrape of his teeth.
Daughter of Jove, relentless power, Thou tamer of the human breast, Whose iron scourge and torturing hour The bad affright, afflict the best!
Perhaps an extravagant fable of the times may conceal an allegorical picture of these fanatics, who tortured each other and themselves.
That evening, reproached by associates and tortured by ambivalence, he committed suicide.
And so, trapped in this ambivalent double bind, God tortures Schreber by producing in him the imperious urge to shit, while simultaneously denying him the ability to do so.
Till Barth returned, she tormented her tortured body with small yogic stretches.
We can now confirm that Basser Assad was present at Aleppo Four, apparently watching the rapings and torture from behind a two-way mirror.
The tortured beryllium yielded up neutrons, which shot out in all directions through the uranium mass.
Suspended by such a hair of frailty, for one breathless moment, on such a razor edged contingence, an entrancing sea of blessedness above, a horrible abyss of torture beneath, such should be the all concentrating anxiety to secure safety that there would be neither time nor taste for any thing else.
But the instincts of our common humanity indignantly remonstrate against the testing of clumsy or unimportant hypotheses by prodigal experimentation, or MAKING THE TORTURE OF ANIMALS AN EXHIBITION TO ENLARGE A MEDICAL SCHOOL, or for the entertainment of students--not one in fifty of whom can turn it to any profitable account.
He became an experimenter, and passed whole days in practising vivisections, TAKING PLEASURE IN THE CRIES, THE BLOOD, AND THE TORTURES OF THE POOR ANIMALS.
In both cases combat films, as opposed to torture and execution sequences, were found to have a marked hypotensive role, regulating blood pressure, pulse and respiratory rates to acceptable levels.
And proceeded to torture and kill Mactator and his family, and free a very large number of slaves, many of whom turned out to be of Italian Allied nationality, and therefore were illegally detained.
A youth of consular rank, and a sickly constitution, was punished, without a trial, like a malefactor and a slave: yet such was the constancy of his mind, that Photius sustained the tortures of the scourge and the rack, without violating the faith which he had sworn to Belisarius.
In her doubt as to how far the exchange of confidences between Cecily and Mallard was a possible thing, she tortured herself with picturing the progress of their intercourse at Rome, inventing chance encounters, imagining conversations.