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used in Killing Kennedy

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a very difficult or painful experience
  • At this point in their ordeal, with the men's bodies racked by hunger and excruciating thirst, capture is becoming preferable to certain death.
    p. 29.3
  • His ordeal with the Amagiri exacerbated his back problems, and he has even endured surgery—to no avail.
    p. 33.4
  • Newman, who admits he doesn't cry easily, has himself been on the verge of tears during this heartbreaking ordeal.
    p. 196.9

There are no more uses of "ordeal" in Killing Kennedy.

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