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1. Ordeal definition is - a primitive means used to determine guilt or innocence by submitting the accused to dangerous or painful tests believed to be under supernatural control

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2. How to use Ordeal in a sentence.

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3. Ordeal noun hardship, trial, difficulty, test, labour, suffering, trouble (s), nightmare, burden, torture, misery, agony, torment, anguish, toil, affliction, tribulation (s), baptism of fire the painful Ordeal of identifying the body delight, pleasure, joy, happiness, enjoyment, bliss, elation, gladness

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4. 5 synonyms of Ordeal from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 28 related words, definitions, and antonyms

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5. Ordeal: a test of faith, patience, or strength.

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6. Find 23 ways to say Ordeal, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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7. The Ordeal of Violet Midnight, also known as The God Delusion, is the fourth event released for this time and the third one after Legacy

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8. C2 a very unpleasant and painful or difficult experience: The hostages ' Ordeal came to an end when soldiers stormed the building

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9. Ordeal, a trial or judgment of the truth of some claim or accusation by various means based on the belief that the outcome will reflect the judgment of supernatural powers and that these powers will ensure the triumph of right

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10. Although fatal consequences often attend an Ordeal, its purpose is not punitive.

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11. An Ordeal is something difficult or painful to go through

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12. Something kind of hard like taking a test can be an Ordeal, but often an Ordeal is a serious and long-lasting event, like an illness or tragedy

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13. When you go through an Ordeal you have to deal with something tough.

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14. What does Ordeal mean? An ancient method of trial in which the accused was exposed to physical dangers, from which he or she was supposed to be

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15. Ordeal From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English or‧deal /ɔːˈdiːl, ˈɔːdiːl $ ɔːrˈdiːl, ˈɔːrdiːl/ ●○○ noun [ countable] a terrible or painful experience that continues for a period of time Ordeal of She then had to go through the Ordeal of giving evidence.

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16. Ordeal (n.) Old English ordel, ordal, "trial by physical test," literally "judgment, verdict," from Proto-Germanic noun *uz-dailjam "a portioning out, judgment" (source also of Old Saxon urdeli, Old Frisian urdel, Dutch oordeel, German urteil "judgment"), literally "that which is dealt out" (by the gods), from *uzdailijan "to share out," related to Old English adælan "to deal out," from *uz

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17. Ordeal - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions

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18. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Ordeal n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc

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19. See 3 authoritative translations of Ordeal in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.

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20. Countable noun [usually singular, oft with poss] If you describe an experience or situation as an Ordeal, you think it is difficult and unpleasant.the painful Ordeal of the last eight months

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21. She described her agonising Ordeal.

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22. Originally titled "What Happened to the Corvetts," "Ordeal" gives a real feel for life in a small town faced with destruction

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23. When in a criminal case the accused was arraigned, be might select the mode of trial either by God and his country, that is, by jury; or by God only, that is by Ordeal

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24. The trial by Ordeal was either by fire or by water.

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25. Ordeal (autobiography), a 1980 autobiography of Linda Lovelace; Ordeal, the American title of What Happened to the Corbetts, a 1939 novel by Nevil Shute; Film and television

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26. The Ordeal, a 1922 American silent drama "Ordeal" (), a 1971 episode of the TV series UFOOrdeal, a 1973 American television film for American Broadcasting Company; Calvaire, also known as The Ordeal, a 2004

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27. Ordeal of (doing) something They are to be spared the Ordeal of giving evidence in court

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28. She was subjected to a terrible six-day Ordeal

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29. She's extremely distressed by the whole Ordeal

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30. Starting at a new school can be quite an Ordeal for a young child.

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31. The Ordeal is the critical moment in every story, a major source of magic in heroic myth, according to Christopher Vogler, author of The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure

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32. Ordeal by fire required suspects to carry hot irons, or to walk blindfold and barefoot through red-hot ploughshares or over heated coals

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33. As a proof of chastity, the Ordeal of drinking a potful of cow-dung water or chilly-water has to be undergone.

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34. An Ordeal is an extremely unpleasant and difficult experience

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35. The attack was a terrifying Ordeal for both victims

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36. American English: Ordeal / ɔrˈdil /

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37. We found 6 answers for “Ordeal

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38. This page shows answers to the clue Ordeal, followed by 5 definitions like “An obsolete common law practice”, “Any severe trial, or test” and “A severe or trying experience”.A synonym for Ordeal is testing.

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39. The registration fee includes the cost of the Ordeal, current year lodge dues, lodge flap (patch), OA sash, OA handbook, meals and Brotherhood sash (eligible to receive six months after completing Ordeal)

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40. Note that some Ordeals are two days, and some are three days.

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41. ‘The Ordeal of the bereaved families is a sobering reminder to ministers.’ ‘This is the voice of Eamon's sister who dared to speak about the Ordeal of her younger brother.’ ‘At least the Ordeal of yet another defeat was over sooner than expected.’

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42. The religious ceremonies for this Ordeal were similar to those used for the Ordeal of the hot iron

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43. Definition of Ordeal in the Definitions.net dictionary

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44. What does Ordeal mean? Information and translations of Ordeal in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …

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45. Definition of Ordeal (noun): very unpleasant experience

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46. Definition and synonyms of Ordeal from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.

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47. This is the British English definition of Ordeal.View American English definition of Ordeal.

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48. ‘The Ordeal of the bereaved families is a sobering reminder to ministers.’ ‘This is the voice of Eamon's sister who dared to speak about the Ordeal of her younger brother.’ ‘At least the Ordeal of yet another defeat was over sooner than expected.’

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49. The Ordeal is an experience that the hero goes through

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50. Usually the Ordeal is a dangerous and sometimes painful experience

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51. When a hero goes through the Ordeal, he or she usually comes out on top and win

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52. The trial by Ordeal is defined by its appeal to supernatural forces to determine guilt or innocence

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53. Ordeal Candidate fees for Ordeal Weekends are $50.00; if you sign up before noon of the “on-time” registration date on the registration page, you will receive a $10.00 discount, however, if you do not register until actually at the event, you will need to pay an additional $10.00

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54. Ordeal weapons have Bottomless Grief, a new perk that is the PvE equivalent of Celerity

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ORDEAL [ôrˈdēl]

NOUN
ordeal (noun) · ordeals (plural noun)

  • a painful or horrific experience, especially a protracted one.
Synonyms: trial . tribulation . test . nightmare . trauma . hell . misery . trouble . difficulty . torture . torment . agony .