Examples of excruciate in a Sentence
she has long been excruciated by a persistent pain in her knee
Recent Examples of excruciate from the Web
Despite an ankle the size of a softball and pain he (after the fact) describes as excruciating, Finau somehow managed to finish in a tie for 10th that week, good enough to earn a invite into next year's Masters.
Brazil has the creative genius of Neymar, a man who seems unable to exist without excruciating, self-focused drama.
The attack shook the image of Japan as a safe and orderly society, as victims suffered excruciating pain, many of them sprawled on the streets and subway platforms.
But the truth is, waking up in the morning is excruciating.
According to CBS News, a brush with one of those seemingly-innocent fuzzy caterpillars sent one boy to the hospital in excruciating pain.
This inflammatory arthritis is triggered when a waste product called uric acid crystallizes within the joints, causing excruciating pain and swelling.
The bench watched, minute after excruciating minute, shot after shot surrendered, the faces growing longer with each subsequent Bulls celebration, of which there were many.
The desperate sobbing of 10 Central American children, separated from their parents one day last week by immigration authorities at the border, makes for excruciating listening.
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