The young fellow upon whom she had inflicted twenty three years of slavery continued the false heirs pension of thirty five dollars a month to her but her hurts were too deep for money to heal the spirit in her eye was quenched her martial bearing departed with it and the voice of her laughter ceased in the land. Inflicted definition to impose as something that must be borne or suffered to inflict punishment see more. Fifty lashes is a maximum punishment inflicted only for the gravest crimes as she smiled and listened evelyn dreamed not of the anguish she inflicted. Inflict definition is afflict how to use inflict in a sentence recent examples on the web but maybe that would be an acceptable trade off given the damage such viral misinformation can inflict jennifer ouellette ars technica study it only takes a few seconds for bots to spread misinformation 21 nov 2018 lopez was arrested march 10 on a felony charge of inflicting corporal . They can do a great deal of harm inflict a great deal of suffering the greatest wrong you can inflict upon me will be inflicted by your desertion
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