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Don’t worry, the animal won’t suffer any pain.
When parents argue constantly, it’s the children who suffer most.
patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease
She suffered from depression for most of her adult life.
Some patients suffered severe side-effects from the treatment.
About one fifth of adults have suffered occasional periods of unemployment.
Our team suffered another humiliating defeat last night.
If you choose to ignore the rules, you’ll have to suffer the consequences.
a prolonged civil war, in which ordinary people have suffered terribly
The region continues to suffer from serious pollution.
Ben was constantly away from home on business and, not surprisingly, their relationship suffered.