Thus, typical endorsements on the official documents might read, ’John Milton is a sadist’ or ’Have you seen Milton, John?’
And far out in front the bursts of flak were still swarming into the sky from new batteries of guns poking around for accurate altitude as they waited sadistically for him to fly into range.
’He hasn’t gotten laid since we shipped overseas,’ confided General Dreedle, and his square grizzled head bobbed with sadistic laughter at the fiendish idea.
The colonel punished him sadistically with a long, glowering, malignant, hateful, silent stare.
’A million years?’ persisted the jeering old man with keen, sadistic zest.
’Calling me crazy,’ he shouted in a sputtering rage, ’is a typically sadistic and vindictive paranoiac reaction!
The War Department replied touchily that there had been no error and that she was undoubtedly the victim of some sadistic and psychotic forger in her husband’s squadron.
It was almost no trick at all, he saw, to turn vice into virtue and slander into truth, impotence into abstinence, arrogance into humility, plunder into philanthropy, thievery into honor, blasphemy into wisdom, brutality into patriotism, and sadism into justice.
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a sadist who maneuvered to get the job of disciplining the slaves