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torment
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
to cause or to experience great mental or physical suffering
  • I will not torment myself any longer by remaining among friends whose society it is impossible for me now to enjoy.
    Chapter 15 (23% in)
  • Whatever they may have been, however, she may now, and hereafter doubtless WILL turn with gratitude towards her own condition, when she compares it with that of my poor Eliza, when she considers the wretched and hopeless situation of this poor girl, and pictures her to herself, with an affection for him so strong, still as strong as her own, and with a mind tormented by self-reproach, which must attend her through life.
    Chapter 31 (88% in)

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