Third-person singular simple present indicative form of afflict.(verb)
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Use "afflicts" in a sentence
"When pain afflicts us, which we cannot avoid, we learn to relieve it by great voluntary exertions, as in grinning, holding the breath, or screaming; now the pleasurable sensation, which excites laughter, arises for a time so high as to change its name, and become"
"No "Masada syndrome," in other words, afflicts the fears of Lebanon's Christians."
"That God afflicts is no reason that man is to add to a sufferer's affliction (Zec 1: 15). satisfied with my flesh -- It is not enough that God afflicts my flesh literally (Job 19: 20), but you must "eat my flesh" metaphorically (Ps"