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torment
used in Interview with the Vampire

12 uses
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Definition
to cause or to experience great mental or physical suffering
  • And with this act of will, my senses emerged from the torment.
    Part 1 (90% in)
  • It struck me suddenly what consolation it would be to know Satan, to look upon his face, no matter how terrible that countenance was, to know that I belonged to him totally, and thus put to rest forever the torment of this ignorance.
    Part 2 (5% in)
  • Because there would be no rest in damnation, could be no rest; and what was this torment compared to the restless fires of hell?
    Part 2 (6% in)
  • But even in these moments, when the ship slept and all the world slept, neither heaven nor hell seemed more than a tormenting fancy.
    Part 2 (7% in)
  • I was sitting back in the chair, my mouth full of the taste of her, my veins in torment.
    Part 3 (19% in)
  • ' But even as I said these words I felt my old conviction waver; I felt that torment I'd felt last night when she had taunted me about mortal passion.
    Part 3 (39% in)
  • A decanter of white wine stood next to him, and though he was feverish and weak from last night, his skin was florid and his heat and fragrance were a torment to me.
    Part 3 (40% in)
  • 'I love you still, that's the torment of it.
    Part 3 (50% in)
  • And then she shut her eyes and trembled all over with some terrible vexation, some awful torment.
    Part 3 (51% in)
  • She never dreamed what the mortal man in me was, how tormented I was by the blood I'd only just drunk.
    Part 3 (56% in)
  • She never dreamed what the mortal man in me was, how tormented I was by the blood I'd only just drunk.
    Part 3 (59% in)
  • Perhaps it was not possible to sustain the torment I'd experienced when I saw Claudia's burnt remains.
    Part 3 (96% in)

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