I will go away directly; but I know I am afflicted.
He said he had found out nearly everything since yesterday; the poor boy was in a state of deep affliction.
Very probably he passed disturbed nights, and was afflicted with bad dreams; but, during the daytime, among his fellow-men, he seemed as kind as ever, and even contented; only a little thoughtful when alone.
One of these women so despised the other, and so longed to express her contempt for her (perhaps she had only come for that very purpose, as Rogojin said next day), that howsoever fantastical was the other woman, howsoever afflicted her spirit and disturbed her understanding, no preconceived idea of hers could possibly stand up against that deadly feminine contempt of her rival.
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She is afflicted by diabetes.
While taking the test, she was afflicted with a toothache and a throbbing head.