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Sentence count:111+7 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-30Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: bring aboutcauseeffectgiveimposeproducewreakSimilar words: conflictconflict withconflict of interestafflictafflictedafflictionafflictiveunflinchingMeaning: [ɪn'flɪkt]  v. impose something unpleasant. 
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(1) Do you have to inflict that music on us?
(2) The rodent's sharp teeth can inflict a nasty bite.
(3) I won't inflict myself on you today. I can see you are too busy to listen to my complaints.
(4) It is unlawful for a teacher to inflict corporal punishment on pupils.
(5) Don't inflict your ideas on me.
(6) Never inflict useless pain on dumb animals.
(7) It's wrong to inflict pain on any animal.
(8) How can you inflict such cruelty on a child?
(9) Sorry to inflict myself on you again like this!
(10) Detectives warned that the men could inflict serious injury.
(11) Please help me before our dogs inflict serious injury on each other!
(12) I am sorry to have to inflict my company upon you.
(13) Was it really fair to her friends to inflict her nephew on them?
(14) No one wants to inflict this pressure on children.
(15) The catastrophe they inflict is threefold.
(16) Courts inflict heavy fines on egg thieves.
(17) Pit bull dogs can inflict horrendous wounds on people.
(18) It could inflict untold damage if he were to break that trust and be indiscreet.
(19) And he was carrying no thunder-and-fire stick to inflict pain on them.
(20) Alcohol and tobacco inflict great harm on individual health and have a high social cost.
(21) The articles are designed to inflict damage on Labour[sentencedict .com], but I doubt that they will.
(22) He had to inflict pain on people he was told were enemies.
(23) She must have shaken the baby quite violently to inflict such severe injuries.
(24) This rust-blood pouring from mortal wounds in the planet's skin is a terrible indictment of the tyranny we climbers inflict.
(25) But Tory rebels still remain confident they can win the day and in doing so inflict irreparable damage on the treaty.
(26) Tranmere Rovers went nap in front of their biggest gate of the season to inflict a heavy defeat on promotion chasing West Ham.
(27) Therefore it is easy to assume that this must be a deliberate, callous attempt to inflict hurt.
(28) It possesses a large number of small but very sharp teeth and can inflict a painful bite if given half a chance.
(29) But any conscious attempt to disregard this proportionality would inflict unnecessary losses and suffering.
(30) Sadistic people derive perverse pleasure from the suffering of others and may seek out situations in which they can inflict this.
More similar words: conflictconflict withconflict of interestafflictafflictedafflictionafflictiveunflinchinginflowinfluxinflateinflatedinflamedinfluenceinflationinfluenzainflexioninflectioninfluentialinflammatoryinflammationderelictsphere of influenceanti-inflammatoryderelictionpublic toiletinfelicitouspublic policyflipflix
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