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1. Inflict definition is - to give by or as if by striking
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2. How to use Inflict in a sentence.
3. Inflict definition, to impose as something that must be borne or suffered: to Inflict punishment
4. Inflict: verb administer a penalty , administer punishhent, agitate , agonize , apply , beset , bring about , bring upon , burden , cause , cause to suffer , coerce
5. / ɪnˈflɪkt / to force someone to experience something very unpleasant: These new bullets are capable of Inflicting massive injuries
6. The suffering Inflicted on these children was unimaginable.
7. / ɪnˈflɪkt / to force someone to experience something very unpleasant: These new bullets are capable of Inflicting massive injuries
8. The suffering Inflicted on these children was unimaginable.
9. The verb Inflict comes from the Latin word Inflictus, meaning “to strike or dash against.” If you cause anything bad to happen to a person, animal, or even an object, you Inflict that badness on them
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10. For example, someone can Inflict injuries or suffering on other people or Inflict damage on property.
11. Find 27 ways to say Inflict, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
12. To Inflict is defined as to cause or force upon
13. An example of Inflict is someone causing another person to be in pain.
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14. Definition of Inflict (verb): cause something unpleasant to happen
15. Definition and synonyms of Inflict from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
16. This is the British English definition of Inflict.View American English definition of Inflict.
17. Inflict (someone or something) (up)on (one) 1
18. Oh, please don't Inflict Uncle Albert on me—he's so obnoxious!
19. Synonyms for Inflict in Free Thesaurus
20. 20 synonyms for Inflict: impose, exact, administer, visit, apply, deliver, levy, wreak, mete or deal out
21. To Inflict harm or damage on someone or something means to make them suffer it
22. Rebels say they have Inflicted heavy casualties on government forces
23. [VERB noun + on]the damage being Inflicted on Britain's industries by the recession.
24. Inflict is a standalone and delves into the side of the Irish Mafia in America and I have to say I absolutely loved the Irish brogue throughout this book, it was fecking brilliant!
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25. Inflict From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishInflictin‧flict/ɪnˈflɪkt/●●○verb 1[transitive]HURT/CAUSE PAINto make someone suffersomething unpleasantInflict something on/upon somebody The strikes Inflicted serious damage on the economy.
26. : to cause someone to experience or be affected by (something unpleasant or harmful) These insects are capable of Inflicting a painful sting.
27. Mid 16th century (in the sense ‘afflict, trouble’): from Latin Inflict- ‘struck against’, from the verb infligere, from in- ‘into’ + fligere ‘to strike’.
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28. The offense they Inflict is a function of how the speaker intends them and how the listener interprets them, with intent and interpretation trapped in subtle feedback loop: Speaker intent is partly determined by the speaker’s belief about how the listener will react, interpretation turns on deciphering what was intended, and so on.
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29. Both afflict and Inflict cause pain, but afflict means to cause suffering or unhappiness, something a disease does, but Inflict means to force pain or suffering, like if you smack someone upside the head.
30. Inflict means to cause harm or trouble
31. Inflict something on/upon somebody/something They Inflicted a humiliating defeat on the home team
32. Heavy casualties were Inflicted on the enemy
33. (humorous) Do you have to Inflict that music on us? Inflict something They surveyed the damage Inflicted by the storm.
34. Inflict - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
35. Inflict (someone or something) (up)on (one) 1
36. Oh, please don't Inflict Uncle Albert on me—he's so obnoxious! 2
37. Principales traductions: Anglais: Français: Inflict [sth] on [sb] ⇒ vtr transitive verb: Verb taking a direct object--for example, "Say something." "She found the cat." (impose, enforce) infliger⇒ vtr verbe transitif: verbe qui s'utilise avec un complément d'objet direct (COD)
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38. "Elle a retrouvé son chat".: This is a bad time to Inflict new taxes on working
39. Some stings Inflict only blisters, but others are strong enough to kill a human
40. Masochists Inflict pain upon themselves through shocking, pricking, or choking, and about 30 percent participate in sadistic behavior as well
41. How much evil is the current government going to Inflict on our world before we wake up and boot them out?
42. Team History Junior "Inflict" Simão is a League of Legends esports player, previously bot laner for Gremio
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46. We shall Inflict a heavy blow on our enemies.The scorpion can Inflict a painful sting
47. The direct object of Inflict is the agent of suffering (e.g., he Inflicted great mental distress on her)
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48. Inflict‘s corresponding noun is Infliction (synonymous with imposition, enforcement, and exaction)
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49. Inflict (third-person singular simple present Inflicts, present participle Inflicting, simple past and past participle Inflicted) To thrust upon; to impose
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50. They Inflicted terrible pains on her to obtain a …
51. Find 27 ways to say Inflict, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
52. See 6 authoritative translations of Inflict in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
53. Inflict Meaning: "assail, trouble;" 1590s, "lay or impose as something that must be suffered," from Latin Inflictus, past… See definitions of Inflict.
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54. Inflict (25 Occurrences) John 15:21 But they will Inflict all this suffering upon you on account of your bearing my name--because they do not know Him who sent me
55. Inflict means to impose something unpleasant as a burden; to cause, as to produce injury by striking; to impose as punishment pursuant to sentence
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56. The term "Inflict" does not necessarily imply direct violence
57. There is no more appropriate use of the word "Inflict" than in connection with punishment; and "to Inflict punishment" clearly includes
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58. Antonyms for Inflict include hold, keep, remove, take, withhold, remit, excuse, help, rough and lift
59. Definition of Inflict in the Definitions.net dictionary
60. What does Inflict mean? Information and translations of Inflict in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …
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61. Inflict (25 Occurrences) John 15:21 But they will Inflict all this suffering upon you on account of your bearing my name--because they do not know Him who sent me
62. (WEY) Romans 3:5 But if our unrighteousness commends the righteousness of God, what will we say? Is God unrighteous who Inflicts wrath? I speak like men do
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63. To restrict Inflict Wounds to the amount that Cure Wounds can heal would actually nerf Inflict Wounds
64. Inflict means to impose something painful, harmful or unpleasant upon someone, to mete out a punishment or to wound someone
65. Inflict is a transitive verb, which is a verb that takes an object
66. Related words are Inflicts, Inflicted, Inflicting, Inflicter
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67. The word Inflict is derived from the Latin word Inflictus which means strike against.
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68. Synonyms for Inflict on in Free Thesaurus
69. 20 synonyms for Inflict: impose, exact, administer, visit, apply, deliver, levy, wreak, mete or
70. Apple’s public jabs at Facebook rankled CEO Mark Zuckerberg so much that he once said the social network needed “to Inflict pain” on the iPhone maker, according to a report.