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5. Deliberately making people suffer is immoral.
6. Students may suffer severe financial hardship as a result of the government's decision.
7. Alcoholics often suffer from periods of oblivion.
8. Badly fed children suffer a lot of minor illnesses.
9. They suffer from health problems and fear the long term effects of radiation.
10. Outsiders will continue to suffer the most blatant discrimination.
11. A lot of students suffer from exam nerves.
12. Some elderly people suffer from iron deficiency in their diet.
13. I'll make you suffer for this insolence.
14. Many children suffer racial abuse at school.
15. At least he didn't suffer overmuch before he died.
16. His two main rivals suffer the disadvantage of having been long-term political exiles.
17. All children will tend to suffer from separation from their parents and siblings.
18. About 70% of women suffer from premenstrual syndrome.
19. They decided to kill themselves rather than suffer a worse fate at the hands of their enemy.
20. At least he died suddenly and didn't suffer.
21. It makes my heart ache to see her suffer.
22. Kings go mad[sentencedict.com/suffer.html], and the people suffer for it.
23. Great souls suffer in silence.
25. She believes the research understates the amount of discrimination women suffer.
26. Temptation comes to all of us,whether or not we succumb depends on our ability to recognize its disguise,sometimes it arrives in a form of an old flame,flichering back to lift,or a new friend who could end up being so much more,or a young child who wakens feelings we didn't know we had.And so we give in to temptation all the while knowing come moring,we'll have to suffer the consequences.
27. If you knock the ball with your hand in football, you will suffer a penalty.
28. His wife would not be able to cope and might suffer a nervous breakdown.
29. It is a horrible thing to see one person make another suffer.
30. There's no justice in the world when people can be made to suffer like that.
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