Similar words: distinct, eristic, artistic, distinction, distinctive, realistic, distinguish, optimistic. Meaning: [sə'dɪstɪk] adj. deriving pleasure or sexual gratification from inflicting pain on another.
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1. The guards were sadistic beasts and their leader was the devil incarnate.
2. He took sadistic pleasure in taunting the boy.
3. The prisoners rioted against mistreatment by sadistic guards.
4. Do sadistic films deprave the viewers?
5. He took sadistic pleasure in humiliating her.
6. Cardea responds, a mildly sadistic glint in his eye.
7. Sadistic people derive perverse pleasure from the suffering of others and may seek out situations in which they can inflict this.
8. But, of course, she had known about the sadistic part.
9. A comparable reaction to the sadistic tyranny of the primal fathers would have been natural to the sons.
10. All the sadistic, immoral thrills of a million lifetimes put together could not begin to equal what I felt.
11. Carter turned to her with a sadistic glint in his eye.
12. Film your sadistic high-school math teacher eating gravy with a fork?
13. One sensed an almost sadistic pleasure from Braves manager Bobby Cox as he nailed down Game 2.
14. The sadistic gang appeared to have held a party in the zoo grounds late on Wednesday night.
15. But the outcome only serves to emphasize the sadistic element in the popular doctrine of the crusade.
16. The principal was a sadistic man who enjoyed tormenting his students.
17. Hidden among its sunburst symbols was an obscure, sadistic pleasure.sentencedict .com
18. The crowd's admiration is sadistic.
19. There was a sadistic streak in him.
20. They changed with alarming frequency and ranged from the sweet to the sadistic.
21. In the film, Khan portrays a murderer who gets a deep sadistic thrill out of killing.
22. "I'm afraid you will never see your children again,'' he said with a sadistic smile.
23. Nomatterhow he had changed - if indeed he had changed - that man had once been a sadistic brute.
24. But Peckinpah is unable to create any objectivity towards the sadistic spectacle, in the manner of, say, Akira Kurosawa.
25. I was terrified Voice over Nottingham Crown court heard medical evidence showed Fisher took no sadistic pleasure in violent attacks on women.
26. They differ only in the degree to which they exploit viewers' voyeuristic and sadistic urges.
27. We children suffered through dull repetitive schoolwork, under the lash of sadistic teachers.
28. The slave trader accepted the money and gave the young girl over to the tender mercies of her new sadistic master.
29. Demjanjuk was extradited to Israel in 1986, when the US justice department believed he was the sadistic Nazi guard known as Ivan the Terrible from the Treblinka death camp.
30. He was stripped of his U.S. citizenship after he was accused in the 1970s of being "Ivan the Terrible," a notoriously sadistic guard at the Treblinka death camp.
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