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Example sentences for tormenting

His condition might have been tormented and tormenting--it might appear wearily obnoxious.
It is tormenting when you have a good mind and you can't crack it.
His story is a simple human tragedy, but beyond that, it provides unique historical insight into a tormenting war.
Climate change-today's big threat-seems to have had a long history of tormenting our species.
Veterans are tormenting rookies in the bullpen by making them carry garish, unmanly backpacks onto the field.
Legislation alone will not stop every bully from physically or verbally tormenting a peer.
Smaller insects likely live in constant fear of these tormenting aggressors.
Marines' damp clothing and bedding contributed to the heavy incidence of tormenting skin infections and fungal disorders.
Even though she tries to remain invisible, bullies find ways of tormenting her viciously.

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