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To feel or cause physical pain and suffering

suffer

verb

to feel pain in your body or your mind

hurt

verb

to feel pain somewhere in your body

hurt

verb

to cause physical pain or injury

ache

verb

if part of your body aches, you feel a continuous pain there that is unpleasant, but not very strong

trouble

verb

if a part of your body is troubling you, it is not working as it should and is causing you pain

pound

verb

if your head pounds, you have a pain in it that feels like someone is hitting it continuously

torment

verb

to make someone suffer severe physical or mental pain, often deliberately

stifle

verb

to stop someone from breathing

bother

verb

to cause someone physical pain

kill

verb

if part of your body is killing you, it is causing you a lot of pain

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a video advertisement that appears immediately before an online video

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a rave … that takes place early in the morning and where there is no alcohol or drugs …

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