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torment
used in The Bourne Identity

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Definition
to cause or to experience great mental or physical suffering
  • For the briefest of moments he nearly burst out laughing; he had been presented with his exit visa from Zurich, and instead of recognizing it, he was wasting time tormenting himself.
    Chapter 8 (13% in)
  • Bourne did not finish the statement, hoping in brief torment that d'Anjou would finish it for him.
    Chapter 30 (88% in)
  • The old soldier sat like a bewildered child, punished for an insignificant act, the meaningful crime having escaped his tormentor's reasoning, and perhaps his own.
    Chapter 33 (53% in)

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