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Similar words: sadisticdismaldismisssadambassadoradieustadiumnomadicMeaning: ['seɪdɪzm]  n. sexual pleasure obtained by inflicting harm (physical or psychological) on others. 
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1 Psychoanalysts tend to regard both sadism and masochism as arising from childhood deprivation.
2 There's a streak of sadism in his nature.
3 She could not suffer his husband's sadism.
4 There seemed to be an element of sadism in the training regime.
5 Sadism may stem from a desire to dominate.
6 More subtly there is the unctuous sadism of money and of social rank.
7 But sadism, as we have noticed,[www.Sentencedict.com] in intensifying awareness also distorts it.
8 Not a matter of sadism but rather convenience, as there were neither contingencies nor facilities for prisoners here.
9 True, there were still plenty of pockets of sadism where the whip and the birch were freely used.
10 Compared to his adulthood of sadism, cruelty and murder, his childhood of abuse and rejection looks benign.
11 From the taint of sadism, the hint of superiority, the woman evidently wanted her to fail.
12 There is a streak of sadism in his performance which leads us to expect an answering streak of masochism in Katherine.
13 He looked grim as he recalled the sadism of the prison guards.
14 This scene was criticised for its accusation of sadism by the Viet Cong in a form which was unsupported by any evidence.
15 This would make the link between sadism and masochism more clear.
16 Skepticism is the sadism of embittered souls.
17 People who indulge in sadism must be sick.
18 In this sense(sentencedict.com), sadism is merely the disavowal of masochism.
19 Anti - sadism, to the American mind, has no link to anarchism.
20 To incorporate sadism in this construct, Schrenck-Notzing developed the term "algolagnia, " determining the attraction to sadomasochism was lust rather than love (Schrenck-Notzing, 1893).
21 The tendency towards masochism is however always linked with elements of sadism.
22 Mzukwa grew quiet as he recalled the brutality and sadism of the prison guards.
23 Very much the same comments apply as in the case of sadism and masochism.
24 I stop and think for a moment - shocked by my act of sadism.
25 The romantic poets were interested in extremes of emotion, and there were frequent undertones in their writings of sadism and death.
26 It drew a line; it created an elect; it was sophisticated and Continental; it dealt with provocative subjects, with torture, sadism, hermaphroditism––with sex and power.
27 It doesn't matter that the children will watch rubbishy commercials or spectacles of sadism and violence – so long as they are quiet.
28 It doesn't matter that the children watch rubbishy commercials or spectacles of sadism and violence--so long as they are quiet.
29 There is a point at which his stories stop working as entertainment and segue into sadism.
30 To understand Wang's fiction, readers need to understand the relationship between sadism masochism.
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